22 Burst results for "Personality Change"

Killer Couple, Ray Fernandez And Martha Beck

Serial Killers

04:29 min | 5 months ago

Killer Couple, Ray Fernandez And Martha Beck

"Based on his seemingly idyllic childhood raymond martinez fernandez's family never imagined what he would someday become born in hawaii in nineteen fourteen. Raymond spent his first three years there before relocating with his family to the seaport town of bridgeport connecticut. We don't know much about raymond's childhood. But by all indications he and his family lived a peaceful life at seventeen. Raymond moved to spain where he spent time working on his uncle's farm and fell in love with a local girl. The couple were married by nineteen thirty five when raymond was twenty and had four children together but raymond was restless. A young man with ambitions that didn't include raising a family and so by nineteen thirty nine. Raymond abandoned his wife and children and embarked on a military career during world war. Two raymond made a name for himself. Serving i in the spanish merchant marines and later the british intelligence service officials saw him as loyal and diligent noting that he carried out his difficult and dangerous duties. Well raymond had a bright future an after the war he decided it was time to seek his fortune back in america but the trip home was a fateful one onboard. The ship raymond suffered a terrible accident. A steel hatch fell directly onto his head fracturing his skull and causing damage to his frontal lobe when he recovered. Raymond was different. Vince is going to take over on the psychology here and throughout the episode. Please note vanessa is not a licensed psychologist or psychiatrist. But she has done a lot of research for this show. Thanks greg true crime fans. May well be familiar. With the body of evidence linking childhood head trauma to homicidal behavior later in life it specifically damage to the frontal lobe the area of the brain responsible for memory formation impulse control and even empathy that has been associated with violent crime but two thousand one overview in the journal of neurology. Neurosurgery psychiatry noted that the strongest evidence was foreign association between prefrontal lobe damage and quote an impulsive subtype of aggressive behavior. In other words the head trauma raymond suffered could have made him less cautious and more reckless raymond's reported personality change following the head trauma suggests that he may have suffered the kind of frontal lobe damage described in these studies and along with this shift in his nature. His career ambitions seemed to evaporate too soon after he was released from hospital in the us. Raymond was arrested for petty theft and sentenced to a year in prison. If the head injury had pushed him toward darkness his time behind bars was the straw. That broke the camel's back. Raymond cellmate was into the occult and only too happy to share his knowledge of voodoo and other black magic. Raymond saw this as an opportunity. He believed that he could use his new supernatural skill set to seduce women but his intentions were anything but romantic once a respected intelligence officer thirty one year old. Raymond was now a conman in the he emerged from prison in nineteen forty six with a fully formed him. Oh after moving to new york city. He wasted no time putting it into action. Raymond's plan was simple a nineteen forties ancestor of what we now might call cat fishing. He scoured personal ads in local newspapers looking for women who seemed lonely and vulnerable. He responded to their ads with charming thoughtful letters describing his military service and his deep desire to settle down. He reportedly started wearing a toupee. Which hit the conspicuous scar from his accident and made him just a little bit more handsome. After sweeping his target offer feet and gaining her trust raymond would steal money jewelry and anything else of value he could find before disappearing into the night most of raymond's victims realizing that they had been conned. Were likely to embarrassed to report him. Raymond knew this only too well in fact his scheme relied upon it. It was thanks to this sense of shame that he managed to go undetected for at least a year during which he conned and knowing number of women

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"personality change" Discussed on Scene Of the Crime

Scene Of the Crime

02:26 min | 9 months ago

"personality change" Discussed on Scene Of the Crime

"A complete change of environment and personal habits is key to any personality change when the sense of identity is shaken people become more suggestive and the time is ripe for an authority figure to step forward and tell them what to do what to believe what is right what is wrong so each did was he used hypnotic. He used chanting. He had a form of breathing exercises where people would basically go into a trance state. Where they were disassociate from everything around them. And then roj niche with.

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"personality change" Discussed on Talk Like a Leader

Talk Like a Leader

02:58 min | 10 months ago

"personality change" Discussed on Talk Like a Leader

"Harris who has more than 20 years of combined professional and Military experience in Consulting coaching and training in areas, like team and interaction Dynamics communication strategies and tactics as well as emotional intelligence take it away guy and one of the questions that I hear quite a bit and and workshops and sometimes in my coaching conversations with people and just in casual conversations about the difc model how it applies to life and and this whole understanding of personality and behavior style assessment. The question is can your personality change over time and it's usually dead Houston this way like you know guy was having this convert. I was thinking about how I was a kid and how I am as an adult. I think I was different as a kid than em as an adult well, Fundamentally personality style doesn't really change that much and probably the best way to illustrate that is to share with you my experience and make a connection for you. I am and always have been a very logical linear analytical kind of guy relatively monotone. Don't get emotionally excited about stuff. I took things apart and put them back together when I was five months. I took things apart and put them back together when I was thirty-five. I took things apart and put it back together again last week. I'm still the guy who likes to take things apart and understand why they work and understand the reasons behind things. I don't think that part of me will ever change and that's my core personality. It's just my view of life and how I am now I see the world what has changed over time is how I interact with the world. So why still fundamentally see things the same way process things the same way I now engage with things differently I home. Change my behavior with regard to other people. So as a kid, you know power dynamic between me and my parents. It was one thing. I responded a certain way to that power Dynamic now as an adult, I'm a father and grandfather different Power Dynamic do I behave differently? Yes different environment different situations different relationships. Yes. I respond differently. Am I different am not really so much. I'm still a logical linear and analytical probably always will be and so that's probably true for most people generally speaking our our court internal personality style doesn't really change too much overtime. What does change is how would be late interact and connect with the world and but this point the video I can say that there are three things. I know we're probably true about you one. You're still with me on the video too. You're probably interested in the difc model and learning more about it. And three. This is my guess that you're probably dead. In learning how you can use that information to become a better Communicator or more effective leader that our team member better parent somehow improve your communication and connection with other people. If those things are true. I know that there are some additional information.

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Sawbones: Auto-Brewery Syndrome

Sawbones: A Marital Tour of Misguided Medicine

09:38 min | 1 year ago

Sawbones: Auto-Brewery Syndrome

"Auto brewery syndrome. Have you heard of this I mean is this the pariah lie and pretend like you haven't been talking about it's been in the media her this folks had you heard about it before I told you know but your dad had and that's something but your your dad watches a lot of oddball stuff he keeps track of like weird things in the news you wouldn't have to watch oddball stuff to find this this is is this is infiltrated the people like to use the MSM mainstream media the lame stream media in my book. I thought you call them I see I don't I love the mainstream media love the media love it love journalists thank you I'm on the pro side but I used to be I know well no I'm married a guy who worked at best buy journalist I prefer games editorialist really really was more about bringing my own fun funky take two things than I was like real hard news you know I so there have been a ton of articles goals in various news outlets on the Internet I think this has made some lake news stories on TV and newspapers and stuff because it's a really interesting ninety a- and it's all based on an article that was published this past summer and this is not the first case of this ever or the first article that was ever published on this it just seems to be the first one that has kind of captured the attention of the public so this past summer on the B. M. J. Open gastroenterology the journal so that's a it's an online open access journal so this is captured a ton of media attention it was a case report and Literature Review that tells a story of a forty six year old pretty healthy guy who started having issues he traces it back to a finger injury in two thousand eleven he had some sort of wound on his finger and some sort of complicated injury that required a course of an antibiotic called SEF election or you may have heard the brand name Catholics so he took the whole course of the antibiotics and after he completed it he started having these strange episodes and he described them as kind of a brain the fog and you'll you'll hear that term throughout this this diagnosis in this syndrome and I always I always think that I always get nervous when I hear the term brain rain fog because you you find it attached to a lot of other diagnoses that are more questionable things like chronic lyme you'll hear brain fog tied to a lot I I prefer go with having a senior moment that's what I go with eye brain fog is more like I just feel my the way people tend to describe it as like I can't you know like you feel fuzzy I would think about it like the times in my life where I've taken cold medicine I feel like that if I act had the mental capacity and say I do now if I just woke up one morning in my late teens or early twenties with this mental state I would think that I suddenly Oh man I could feel my cognitive abilities like dwindling as I as I age into decrepitude having children create permanent brain fog eh actually temporary I'm hoping it will wear off once they sleep sleep yeah like normal humans anyway he started having those symptoms uh-huh I it progress until he was having some actual like mood changes like depressive symptoms and his mood was very lay bile some personality changes does even and he finally sought care for this in twenty fourteen this went on for quite a while before he went and saw Dr and discuss these issues and the physician he saw felt it was largely a psychiatric issue and so- treated him with some antidepressant anti anxiety medications for what appeared appeared to be some sort of depressive rings or both kind of kind of diagnosis this didn't really help and everything kind of culminates nate's in this story in an early morning arrest for a Dui so he's pulled over he appears intoxicated he refuses a Breathalyzer Breathalyzer he sent to the emergency room and his blood alcohol level was found to be two hundred in the er aches so it it seems pretty straightforward at this point right you find a lot of times if you can find substance use disorders and things like depression actioner other mood disorders or other other psychiatric diagnoses can be co morbidity as they can run together you might find a slightly higher rate of one with the other or vice versa especially when one one is being is not being managed the medications we're not working for his symptoms so on the surface is it seems pretty straightforward he is you know trying to get a hold of these medical conditions he's trying to get treatment he still in the process yes it's not successful yet he has had some alcohol to try to self medicating he got caught in Dui as result now what's what's interesting is that he insisted he had not had a single alcoholic beverage even prior to this episode he says I was never much of a drinker occasionally on social situations but very rarely and in the last couple of years he hadn't been drinking at all because of all these symptoms he'd been having he didn't want any more brain fog then he was already experiencing so he is is adamant I did not drink so as people that have been doing Sabas for many years we would at this point default to something if not skepticism maybe something approaching a realistic practicality and a lot of a lot of the physicians who encountered him agreed with with what might probably initial skepticism optimism would be well it a lot of people deny Cher that they have a problem at first it would not be unusual to be embarrassed or feel guilty realized that you know this if you had been drinking I I shouldn't have done that could hurt myself or someone else I wish I hadn't I need help help this has become an issue all of those are huge things to to be able to say out loud seek out for and so it's very natural to think well he's just not telling the truth or like like when I come home and I'm like I don't know how oatmeal cream pie double decker rapper got into the car it doesn't make sense to me if you have any ideas please let me know because I'm freaked out to I'm freaking out with you write about this cream pie double decker bar right after I went to dollar general we're in this together yeah we're in this together solve this puzzle yeah here help me crack this wide open well even though the the physicians he saw the healthcare professionals he saw which he he saw several did not really believe him his aunt did and his aunt got him a breathalyzer and said I heard about something like this over in Ohio I want let's check on this breathalyzer every once in a while and see if even if you're not drinking you know it looks like your drinking on this breathalyzer see if you've still got you know alcohol all in your bloodstream even if you hadn't been drinking alcohol so he did that and he you know a sensibly found that he was blowing positives it was on the breathalyzer even though he wasn't drinking and he located this clinic in Ohio and he went there and the doctors there had seen a patient with a similar situation Jewish before like I said this wasn't the first case just kind of the first one that seems to have caught media attention and they they felt like they knew what was going on so they checked his stool will and they found saccharomyces survey and another yeast species and that one specifically is better known as brewer's yeast and from here they diagnosed him with Auto Brewery Syndrome so what this basically means is that some people get filled up with a kind of yeast it's mainly been yeast that have been implicated although a couple bacteria have been thought to possibly cause this as well but mainly piece that have filled up the intestines and we want east when we're brewing to turn sugar into alcohol right right that's the whole idea that's it that's how you brew beer whatever any kind of alcohol but in this case the carbohydrates and sugars and everything everything this patient is eating will go into the stomach into the intestines the yeast will gobble it up turn it into alcohol that alcohol will get into your bloodstream stream and you get drunk okay so that is the that is the basic theory behind Brewery Syndrome and the idea that we could fine mind elevated levels of this yeast in the stool is was thought to be proof right because you might have a little of this in your gi tract but you shouldn't shouldn't have as much as a lot of these patients are you know are finding so that was the that was what this man was diagnosed swift and like I said the docks at this office in Ohio felt like this was the likely cause because this wasn't the first time that they hit seen a case like

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"personality change" Discussed on Dateline NBC

Dateline NBC

01:39 min | 1 year ago

"personality change" Discussed on Dateline NBC

"Uh and you can see the cloud leave the bar no three and a half minutes later right plenty of time for any of the people in that crowd to have confronted I drank hard anybody ever tell you that your personality change when you know my friends usually described as more of a happy go lucky supplied was found on one person sides convinced of their cases usually go absolutely jurors will have a surprise.

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Auto-brewery syndrome caused man to produce alcohol in his gut, act drunk

Dr. Daliah

04:22 min | 1 year ago

Auto-brewery syndrome caused man to produce alcohol in his gut, act drunk

"So many of you guys heard of this case where a man's I guess microbiome the bacteria in his body started to make alcohol and he got drunk it's about a case like this years ago it's a dangerous syndrome where is god becomes a brewery and they end up from benzene alcohol but not fun auto brewery central it's a rare condition where when you ingest carbohydrates ed and the bacteria start to ferment them Victor's alcohol but what happens is it was triggered by antibiotics so he's forty six years old and he rarely drink alcohol maybe once in awhile in two thousand eleven he had completed a course of antibiotics for thumb injury within one week of finishing his medications he reported experiencing personality changes depression brain fog aggressive behavior and memory loss so he was referred to a psychiatrist given anti depressants but it was only when he was pulled over by police one morning an apparent case of drunk driving that that's when somebody figured out what was going on they pulled him over but he refused to take a breathalyzer test he was hospitalized and tests show there that he had a blood alcohol level of two hundred milligrams per deciliter which is basically the equivalent to having drug approximately ten alcoholic drinks and it was enough to make a confused disoriented impaired balance and slurred speech hospital personnel and police refused to believe them when he repeatedly denied alcohol ingestion now this case report was from Richmond university Medical Center so is destroyed from Los only sought treatment at a clinic in Ohio in medical tests most of his readings of normal but his stool sample showed the presence of sacrum by Cesar VCA Sir servi se that's a known as brewer's yeast and there was a really a fungus so at servi se surveys Sarah beer S. servi CA has a long history in beer brewing and winemaking as it helps for beds carbohydrates and produces alcohol so you was treated at the clinic and that is a B. S. diagnosis revealed itself in other flare ups the most serious involving a fall when he was inebriated and resulted in intracranial bleeding so he fell his set while recovering in the hospital as blood alcohol spike to four hundred so one you for like how the heck did he get out of going to jail how did the police finally believe once very easy if you're admitted to the hospital and you're not given any alcohol in your watch twenty four seven and your blood alcohol content rises there's some proof so you know because you're basically naked in a gallon nobody is you know the you can have no visitors and nobody's given about gone as level keeps rising that was probably not for the police but I can't say for sure because a size was not talk about that but while he was back in the hospital with an intracranial please because I thought it said is what I'll call spike decides for hundreds why is the concentration was pulled over but still Medical Center views to believe that you do not drink alcohol so for the for the patient he sought treatment with Richmond university specialists who use a combination of anti fungal therapies and probiotics because again this is a micro flora this is a Michael Vaile victory in the Gulf are doing this with the exception of one relapse because you have some pizza and soda his fungal growths appear to have been successfully treated so here we is a hot one point five years later he remains a symptomatic hazardous previous lifestyle it's a normal diet still checking his breath alcohol level sporadically well they let him drive if he keeps is what I'll call levels down I'm sure they they well but the please whether this is a medical condition or you drinking alcohol their job is to keep the streets safe so if he's acting inebriated whether from medical vision of what you get

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Hot And Bothered Fish

A Moment of Science

02:00 min | 2 years ago

Hot And Bothered Fish

"Hot periods in july and august or call the dog days of summer because they do more than make make a person's swit- people's personalities changed it become tired and irritable. Temper shorten many preferred lounging like a dog rather than working. It appears that humans aren't the only ones that can have dog days in hot temperatures research has found that fish can have them to scientists have been investigating instigating fish personality for quite some time some fish or shy and reserved not venturing far from their protective habitat and ducking for cover rapidly win threatened by new stimuli other fisher boulders swimming out into the open more and acting aggressively to newly introduced objects and fish one would assume that a shy fish is always shy but researchers found. This isn't always the case scientists working with two species of damsel official. Australia's great barrier reef discovered that when water temperatures increased by as little as three degrees fish personality's changed they became an average of six times active four times more aggressive and four times boulder shy fish and cooler water that cowered in shelters for up to ten minutes after being threatened by a stick what immediately emerged from the shelter in warmer water so what does this mean at a time when oceans are becoming warmer. Are we going to hear a news. Stories about mysterious fish attacks sinking ships scientists don't think so while many fish become bolder in warmer water. You're not all fish. Do site is believed. Fish populations will adapt and it will be safe to sail the seas even during the dog days of summer. This moment of science comes from indiana university with production support from the office of the provost. I'm don glass.

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"personality change" Discussed on Stuff To Blow Your Mind

Stuff To Blow Your Mind

02:31 min | 2 years ago

"personality change" Discussed on Stuff To Blow Your Mind

"In in in the they were looking at how it <hes> it lessened cases as of underage use just because since he was available legally but it was regulated <hes> there were fewer people below the appropriate age acquiring the substance? That's interesting so you know we easily we could do you agree do a whole oh episode of multiple episodes just talking about all these issues and drug legalization and regulation what should be what should be illegal and what shouldn't be illegal not only in terms of substances but re pretty much anything within a given society but I mean hopefully in these episodes. We've given everybody some food some food for thought God some of the Gods for thought on that topic in general hopefully you know we've provided everyone of the bit more information about the history nature and reality of psychedelics so that you can make up your own minds about it or even change your mind. If you so wish all right so there you have it psychedelics. It only took us five episodes but here we are and I feel I feel frustrated because we still I'd like there's so much stuff. We wanted to get to that we never did. I just remembered we were GONNA come back to the stuff about adult personality change that <hes> maybe we can explore that in a future episodes. Oh absolutely yeah. This is one of those rich topics where you you know the more you look into it. The more stuff stuff you bring up the more you realize you're missing out and not even exploring so if we didn't talk about your favorite sub topic or issue in psychedelics sorry we we just didn't get to right so we would obviously love to hear from anybody. So if there's there's a particular part of this five part journey that you would love to hear future episode on you want to deeper dive you want us. Come back to let us know about that. <hes> if you have general thoughts right into us also if you have particular is about your own experiences as with any of these substances or even with just <hes> you know hallucinatory experiences that are not tied to psychedelic use <hes> feel free to share those lettuce and if you want to remain anonymous on a future listener male episode <hes> you can making note of that as well and we will definitely honor that in the meantime head on over to stuff to blow your mind dot com. That's the mothership that's we'll find all the episodes of the show. If you want to support our little show here the best thing you can do is to rate in review US wherever you have the power to do so and make sure so you have subscribed huge thanks as always to are excellent audio producer Maya coal if you'd like to get in touch with us with feedback on this episode or any other suggested topic for the future.

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"personality change" Discussed on Mentally Yours

Mentally Yours

04:09 min | 2 years ago

"personality change" Discussed on Mentally Yours

"So I got strep throat, and then the symptoms showed up pretty quickly to the point where my parents sought maybe I had like brain tumor because my personality change so drastically. But you know, they like got me to doctors. They got me in therapy. They got me on Prozac when I was four years old and. It was never at least growing up. It was never an option for me to not to not address my mental health. Like it was like I had to go to therapy. Like, it wasn't too choice. And I got off men's and I was twelve and so then I had like I had more flexibility until I went back on his eighteen. But yeah, I mean, it is I it's been a rollercoaster. There's so many things that I can do now that I could never have done before a lot of my stuff is cleanliness based. So just the fact that like I have a dog, and I got the dog and big part for like exposure therapy. And like that I can go out walk the dog go somewhere, then I'll let her come on. My lap is even though I haven't like wiped her feet down yet. Like, that's huge. It could never have done that before the fact that I'm like petting other dogs on the street couldn't have done that before just like all these like little constraints that I just have had throughout my life like in the last like year or so I feel like I'm finally moving past them. And it's not that. I don't still track the dirt. Like, I'm still tracking with her. It's just that. I'm letting it be okay. That the dirt exists in that. It's there, and it's potentially on my couch. If I could give such a good way to do those. Well, oh, yeah. I mean, I can't recommend having an animal enough like she's like an emotional support animal for me, and she brings me like so much joy. And it's also something to focus on that's not myself in, you know, my own worries and yeah. Into into love something that is like dirty is huge. Nice massive. I think to sound extremely on cool. I kind of had a similar thing with just plants like just being responsible for something else was huge. It just made you feel. Okay. Like, I might be doing a bit from rapid Shaw taking care of myself. At least I'm keeping this succulent alive. Absolutely. And like that you have like a purpose. And that you're you know, like, sometimes I can't believe that. I'm the only reason she's alive. Yeah. That's a low of power, right? Like, I mean, anyone would take her. She's an incredible dog. But at least for right now. Can you talk about with OCD? It's no kind of linear. Okay. I did this. No, it's fixed. It's gone forever. Do you find that certain things will trigger again or bring it back in worse period? Yeah. Absolutely. So I recently my apartment was recently renovated and in displaced from my home and having a place where I felt like comfortable it really rocked me. Like, I was lucky that I was in a much more stable place at the time to like because I still got knocked down if you tears, but I was higher up. So I didn't fall we. But it was that was very very challenging for me to Nazi-like. I had a safe space into like have to have to stay at hotels, I stayed with my ex-boyfriend which caused a lot of problems in our relationship and. That's why ex-boyfriend. You know, it it was really difficult for me. And they're still construction going on at my home and like trying to deal with that. But sort of once I got my bed back I felt sort of like a person again. But that like really triggered all of that stuff for me again like living out of a suitcase, and yes, there's definitely times where things are going to not go your way because I think that you figure out what works for you. And then you do your best to like maintain. That's that. You don't stumble. Like, you're like, okay. I can if I have I have everything like this. Then I'm fine. And then when something's not like that..

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"personality change" Discussed on This is Actually Happening

This is Actually Happening

02:13 min | 2 years ago

"personality change" Discussed on This is Actually Happening

"My mother she could just wonderful person on on the planet when she wasn't drinking. She was warm and funny and affectionate, and she would she would sing silly songs. She could be incredibly charming. She was very very bright. I know that when she my mother was young. She wanted to be an artist and her life took that away from her and it didn't give it back. To my knowledge until I was about three or so and my parents, divorced. My mother was not an active alcoholic, and I've wondered since then if her mental health issues triggered the alcoholism, if she was self medicating, she had moved from one coast to another. She had three young children at the age. She was a single mother. This was in the nineteen seventies. It was even more difficult for single mothers to survive, and she just kind of fell off the edge. So I don't know if she was drinking a medicate herself, if she was drinking originally the handle stress, but wanted up happening is she knows she was the kind of person that would take one drink and have a complete personality change, but she descended into almost pretty much skid row level alcoholism a lot of times. She would just be drunk on the couch all day, yelling and screaming. She was very verbally abusive. When choosing toxic aided and save very cruel things to our children. And the more active for alcoholism became the more. We kind of slid in down this terrifying. Ever-increasing fast shoot into this completely violent criminal lifestyle and criminal community that we became part of just absolutely terrifying. Horrifying memories, which I think for a lot of us from me, they kind of the more like kind of polaroid shots or visceral feelings a little glimpses of of something that happened to me..

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What is Love?

The Road Home To You

14:57 min | 3 years ago

What is Love?

"Faith, it as a feeling and then those feelings go away. Well, I guess I don't love my spouse anymore. I guess I'd better find that somebody that I'm going to have those feelings for for the rest of my life, which is a fallacy. It really, really is. And I think that's where movies just do such a disservice because they really promote that idea that I'm going to be looking for this person. That's gonna make me feel this way for the. Rest of my life and will live happily ever after every day will be an adventure and and we'll be infatuated with each other every day. Yeah, and nothing will be difficult and well, and even if you take that that idea out of it that you know is every day is going to be happy, and there's never going to be a problem, but but you just you just hold onto the idea that these feelings are always going to to stay fresh and alive and intoxicating you're setting yourself up for failure because you know you can only stay on your honeymoon for so long. And once you said into a routine and you have the daily grind of going to work and paying the bills and doing the laundry and taking care of kids, not to even mention the fact that as you age you as an individual are growing and changing and so is your spouse. Yeah. So the person that you married is not. Not going to be the same person that you're married to five or ten or twenty five years down, they're going to be different. It might not be a significant difference. It shouldn't be like a complete personality change. Right? But there's going to be some change at least, and if you're counting on everything to just stay in that consistent feel-good space, man, you're setting yourself up for for disappointment. Yeah, and outright failure. Absolutely. And we also have touched on some of the other potential, bad results of poor definition of love. I think continuing cycle of abuse is one, and we touched on that. If if you grow up with abuse being mixed in with your definition of what love looks like it's gonna be tough to not continue some of those bad habits because it's going to be built in. Into into how you understand relationships. And I think also poor definition of love leads to, and I think this is maybe the core problem is it leads to a selfish focus because if you're defining love as a feeling, then you're always going to be looking to, okay, how does this make me feel? And if this person doesn't make me feel a certain way will then that's a problem because now that falls outside my definition of love right. So if you're focused on how you feel about a certain thing, one, it puts all the focus on yourself, like this person has to continue to do whatever it is to make me feel a certain way or else. I don't love them. Well, it also sets you up for a completely codependent relationship in that. If I only feel good if you feel good. Yeah, you know, you should do everything you can to make me feel good so that you'll feel good. And like it's just all this. Yes, super tangled web of feelings, feeding feelings and mixed up motivations. And yet it becomes really manipulative and an underhanded in gross, you know, I think that's why we see so much popular culture when when you see long term relationships, long term marriages and things like that is often defined by that sort of bickering men versus women. You know in fighting kind of thing because they have a selfish definition of love. This person is supposed to make me feel a certain way, yeah. Okay. So we've talked about all the ways that it goes wrong, so we need to try to untangle things and getting outside perspective, a perspective that's beyond our feelings beyond ourselves beyond human experience and really search for the truth of of what love is supposed to be. And in my mind, the place to go, of course, is God's word and find out, okay. Well, what is God have to say about love? How does how does God define love right? And the bible? If if you were to look up in the index and look at the word love, you're gonna find pages of of stuff. I mean, it's all over the place. It's throughout the whole bible. The word love is, is. Just inundated in there, but as far as like a definition looking at, okay, how does God to find love? I think one of the better ones is is probably the one that's most familiar to people. I Corinthians chapter thirteen. So we'll take a quick look at that. I Corinthians chapter thirteen and the definition part of it comes in or starts in verse. Four says, love is patient. Love is kind. It does not envy. It does not boast. All right. So already, it's, it's kind of getting a little bit difficult for people to live out, and that's what I, that's one thing I want to point out is that this definition is a perfected view of love. This is how God loves us. This is a very godly love humanity. At least in its it's fallen state in this existence is not going to be able to fully live out this definition, but if we have it there as an example as something to strive for is something to to have as the ultimate example plumb line. Absolutely. Yeah. So love is patient love is. Kind. It does not envy. It does not boast. It is not proud. It is not rude. It is not self seeking. It is not easily. Angered keeps no record of wrongs. And boy, that one is tough. You know, to be able to let go of all of those little things in life. It keeps no record of wrongs. Love does not delight in evil, but rejoices with the truth. It always protects always trusts, always hopes, always perseveres. Love never fails. And there you have it. I mean, that last line love never fails. You don't fall out of love. You can choose to stop loving somebody. You can choose to stop putting that other person's needs before your own. You can choose all of those things, but, but it's not about. Feeling true. Love love the way it's meant to be never fails. Well, and every. Thing in there. I'm trying to think if if I'm missing something, but it seems to me like everything in that list of what love is is pertinent to action. It's not none of it is emotionally based. It's all you have to choose not to boast. You have to choose to be kind. You have to choose to exude trust here. You're putting forth these qualities your your having to take some kind of action that's a call to action. Absolutely. Absolutely. And not only is love hope a difficult and love. choice, a daily choice And the greatest that we have of to those make. says But is I love, think sections which is fascinating. of this Because, writing again, again, here on it love talks also about the point importance to of faith the surpremacy and of love. you know, we're saved At the by end faith of this in section. Christ. You know Christ is starts did talking about miracles how or or the had things of this occasionally life are going to pass had away. to work a little bit harder And to do a miracle so many things, because things like of faith prophecy or a lack and of teaching faith. and In writings, this same section, and you it know, says, they're all you gonna can pass have, faith away. But can it says move at mountains, the end of it, all but these if you don't have three love, remain it's, it's faith, pointless. So to really look at the surpremacy of love is pretty incredible that. Of love that active actionable. Love should be propelling. Everything that we do that should be our driving motivator is this call to action love that that defines who God is and how we're meant to to be. Yeah, yeah, absolutely. And so when you start looking at, okay, but what does that really mean to be lived out? You know, if we were to take that definition of love and then apply it to life, what is that look like? And I can tell you straight up. I apparently a very unloving person. Because we all are moly. I mean when because you know that's one of those passages that you hear every wedding you go to. You see it on hallmark cards all the time. It's just kind of it's it's become trite. Yeah. Unfortunately, because when you really stop to think about that, this defines who got is and this defines how I'm supposed to live my life in you really start picking it apart word by word and trying to apply that m. I kind m. i. boastful and my patient, I, yeah, patient, I am not not what I'm behind the car or the wheel of the car is probably what I'm the least loving person ever. It becomes it becomes very convicting when you actually start looking at it in a very practical way. Yeah. So in order to look at what is. This look like when it's lived out. I think there again, we can turn to the bible and get perhaps the ultimate example, and we can look at the passage in John John chapter fifteen, verse thirteen, and it says there in these are the words of Christ saying greater love has no one that this, that he lay down his life for his friends. And I think our ultimate example is Christ himself and how he lived out his life on earth and how his life on earth ended. That sacrifice of self is the ultimate expression of love, sacrifice of self to the point of death. Yeah, for another's on another's behalf. It doesn't get any any bigger than that. And I think when you apply that to your life, apply that to your relationships, this relationship this, this. Love that I have for the person should lead me to set aside my own, wants my own needs, my own desires and be seeking out what is best for this other person. Right. How can I? How can I best serve this other person that kind of sacrificial love for your spouse one? It's a lot. Oh, yes. A constant giving of yourself that apart from God's strength, we don't have the capacity to do it. No, absolutely not. But it also becomes, I mean, you can look at it kind of in two ways one as this obligatory duty that you have, but then that's not love because because it's not it's not coming from a place of kindness, but it becomes such a gift. You know there there are days. I know for instance with you that, you know, you're exhausted and you're tired, and you're frustrated with your job. And you know all those things in the last thing you wanna do is get up and do dishes or whatever. But you know, the Miodrag fatigue is kicked in. So you're gonna. Let me have some extra time to sleep and you're gonna get up and take on that responsibility. And when I get up and see that that such an act of love for me because I know that it was a sacrifice for you, and then that fuels me to want to then find a way to reciprocate, not because there's any kind of tally scorekeeping, right? But because it was an act of love, it was a gift. You gave me a gift and now out of gratitude I want to express that love back to you. Yeah, and that's exactly how it ought to operate. Even if you don't want to believe in God, you don't want to believe in the bible as his word and you want to take all of that out of it. Changing your definition of love to one that is outside yourself is going to be the only way you're gonna make a relationship last because if you define it all in a selfish way, it's gonna fail. Well, and it might last to be fair, bad marriages last, but it's never going to thrive and be what you want it to be. It's never going to have the richness and the depth that you desired the day. You said I do. I mean, I've I've seen so many couples that they're in. They're just together because out of spite out of spite or complacency because change is hard, whatever, but it's not a good marriage, right? It's not a loving marriage say, you can last, you can survive, but you won't thrive, right? Yeah. I think in order to really have the sort of relationship that we were meant to the the sort of love that we all should strive. For you have to switch it up to something that's outside yourself. You have to define it in an unselfish way. You have to look at love as a sacrifice because I think that's the ultimate expression of love is sacrifice. What would I give up to attain

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"personality change" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5

New Jersey 101.5

02:00 min | 3 years ago

"personality change" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5

"Three one zero one five is the number we're talking about what happens when you take ambien apparently a lot of crazy stuff sour in woodbridge good evening new jersey one one point five tonight i'm good sir how are you good hanging in their minds not exactly an ambient story but the reason i called is i actually took level i i think it's called lubbock went it's a antibiotics and i took it when it first came out and the whole time i was taking it my boss kept looking at me funny and it wasn't until i was offered for like three days that i realized just how much of a personality change it gave me and that's an antibiotic even something that's supposed to be like affecting your personality and when i kind of realized how bad i had been i talked to my boss and she's like i was i didn't know whether to fire you whether to kill you or whether they have you committed now i didn't say things horrible things but it was just my whole personality just did a complete one eighty and that was on an antibiotic i tell you when i take a antihistamine like benadryl or something knocks me out knocks me out in the next day i am a jerk jerk i'm tired i'm cranky miserable like joe the whole next day thinking antihistamine for any reason and that's the benadryl right so who knows that this stuff does but yeah but if ambient is actress supposed to be doing something like putting you sweep are actually supposed to be doing something that's like supposed to with that that i'm not defending her but i could see where maybe it did lower her membranes as you you know it did affect her because different things affect different people different ways but i personally i never opened a twitter account so i can never get in trouble for what i tweet price smart move i think you'll i think if you're gonna take ambien maybe you should like uninstall your.

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"personality change" Discussed on Jokes So Funny

Jokes So Funny

01:47 min | 3 years ago

"personality change" Discussed on Jokes So Funny

"That's right you know but i'm i'm splendid daddy now on their splendid daddy i must say thank you jokes around cast no not like that i mean not like that kinda down are you with child daddy like the weird sexual win that people talk about if she called me daddy i would feel weird about that really all right okay what do you like about being married one else come on john lewis crossfire yeah okay cool it's not on master being married longterm aspect of it it's like it's like having a fucking train yard where you just like go out like oh shit i'm that tree this time at this time you know what i mean to it's cool getting to know someone at a really intimate level of rollon period of time just interesting to see someone like it's like having a sibling or whatever almost the shit at seeing this person's aspect of their personality change in this way in this wind this way and they're this many tears to their personality that you don't get the other thing i like about it is there's a level of security that you get something that's permanent that you don't have in something where there's like even a chance that might kind of end you know what my top two like your your marriage might end specifically but just like rich statistically there's a fifty fifty chance but if you both are going into like this is something we want to be permanent there's more security in that that's the best chance you have you know what i mean do people go into marriage thinking we'll probably going to get a divorce like why even get married i think most people would go into different reasons though so if you growing into it for the same reasons than it doesn't matter if you go into because he's got money and you've got loops and it's going to be a different outcome you know what i mean.

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"personality change" Discussed on Rob Has a Podcast

Rob Has a Podcast

01:41 min | 3 years ago

"personality change" Discussed on Rob Has a Podcast

"Yeah they had a history because like you said if this happened to me i'd be so confused like this came out of nowhere has my wife had a personality change that took place overnight yeah it'd be worry now the dad craig he does say that he is going to get payback for this this is a prank the frank war maybe on he says that he also the acetone nail polish remover his made made his nipple cold and also feel like it was burning so both things at the same time the also probably does not sensual much no policy remover is probably one of the safest chemicals you can put on your skin body says that they say that giving birth hurts but this was the next level up in pain so now taking shots already listening to this like do it again yeah right try try carolina reaper yeah headaches if you put the caroline try to carolina reaper as positively i guarantee you'll get closer to the right this story ends in a first degree murder right that's the next break you can't have a rank war escalating like this yeah you got to be carefully and once you get too crazy glue in the prank war crazy gluing body parts that's a red line for me break words just never end well they end in probably almost real ones because eventually you're going to move into real physical pain when all the soft jokes taken all the soft breaks are taken you're going to go to the hardwoods.

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"personality change" Discussed on The Psychology Podcast

The Psychology Podcast

01:36 min | 3 years ago

"personality change" Discussed on The Psychology Podcast

"And go for transformation he really had the sense i you want people just to be able to handle do they life and you know down a job and your bed learn how to assure whatever you need to do and yeah you know out you're just everyday milia relationships whatnot so you know a lot of it is about that and our masuko sometimes can be really up all the people in lying to do that but it certainly okay so there was a meta analysis came out in the past year that rent robertson some other people and they looked at the sex of different kinds of therapy on personality change and you might make aren't using therapy to get people over mental illness role yes often we are but nonetheless people often assess personality when they are studying their sex of different treatment programs and it turns out that if you treat somebody for depression and they get better and that improvement persists one of the things that you're doing is you're lowering their neurotic you're lowering their general tendency to experience negative emotion and so it turns out all different types of therapy helped the of lowering people's neuroticism but it turns out that things like cognitive behavioral therapy and regime or humanistic there will be those things actually lower in rouses more than pharmaceutical treatments or the drivers what about the act approach acceptance into commitment therapy that steven hayes pioneered are you familiar that.

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"personality change" Discussed on KKOB 770 AM

KKOB 770 AM

01:40 min | 3 years ago

"personality change" Discussed on KKOB 770 AM

"Obama doj decided to look the other way they weren't going to pursue this but yeah the federal law supercedes the state law in at any time it of course you know now we have a new doj we have jeff sessions who was very anti marijuana at any time he could turn it around and start prosecuting right and also as a manager for transportation company um i i could pull in random is in any time all have to do is fake that they're not doing their job or their their attitude has changed or personality change due to drugs there the right oh you know uh anybody's its speaking about getting a cdl e or any type of transportation uh employment they need to understand that you know uh recreational marijuana is on the fly i tried to hire somebody and they've got a medical marijuana card but they can't work and they recalled yemen nice call man there and you know to your listeners that you know he even if you're thinking about get made uh a job that has any charter i've fought off federal uh contracts with the government an or cdl or any type of uh uh contract with the government they're they're not going to allow because they it is uh the law from the federal government should proceed to state the app does that these were call two four three.

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"personality change" Discussed on The Herd with Colin Cowherd

The Herd with Colin Cowherd

01:56 min | 3 years ago

"personality change" Discussed on The Herd with Colin Cowherd

"Earlier 1 oon koenaad east at that has this status you need to grow and we all know that is i would be beyond the personality change on a secondary group besides that the two guys brca jackrabbits i love those two guys if they are loved it what they do but their first pick out big we got we he's a cancer they call him a cancer cancer you can't now look i understand that calling him a cancer is not saying he has cancer that there's a differentiation between the two but he also didn't say he's acting like a cancer which is a way in which sometimes you can get out of use semantics as your strength you can say it to your significant other you're not that word your acting like that word right you're right he atlantic count went on twitter day said i met with coach bags andy lie this morning although ally apple may have forgotten about that meeting altogether and i apologize for the things i said yesterday i never stopped sporting my brother teammate ally and the rest of my teammates as we move forward just wanted to know i'm always here for him one hundred at ally apple thirteen kenya comeback from kohn a guy cancer now move on like that's one of those ones to which you can apologize but it's like it's out there like once it's out there is out there right so i don't know how you up by the way it all the twitter battles and any apple who of course says in thrust herself into the story she was actually i think she worked for yes pin for during the first seizes well she might have had the tweet of the week right having some balance when when she heard that landing collins called her son a cancer she said ally is actually a leo hashtag happy how what's your what's your sign an aries in areas yes what are you i'm a 'capricorno and are now.

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"personality change" Discussed on BizTalk Radio

BizTalk Radio

01:56 min | 4 years ago

"personality change" Discussed on BizTalk Radio

"I am talking about drugs here now the people say why don't my my dogs zoned out or my dogs personality change if the doses right and the right drug is chosen then that's not going to happen but what will happen is you'll have a dog the becomes less anxious and the dog also now that you can do some behavior modification with more effectively i'm still going to talk to you in a moment about that behavior modification but you can do it far more effectively if the dog is not upset in the first place if the dog isn't anxious in the first place learning is very difficult when we're frightened or wing were anxious it's much easier when we are calm and the same is true for our dogs so if you're hanging outside a building by your very two fingers in your holding onto the legend you're twenty floors up and i say now could helped me figure out my accounting i don't think that would be on your mind so when abdic you're right yeah so in the dog is upset at things it's a lot more difficult to learn than when not now here's some advice that i can give you again depends on your dog situation as to how much it will help it certainly will not hurt when you come home what we tend to do is tell our dogs how wonderful they are and how much we love him and the same thing when we depart if you're doing that stop it literally i am very careful not making huge your deal even when i com good another thing you can do if your dog is food motivated by something what ever that is offering the thought of love it all right bill motivated khrais lab food so some of that love love low love of food and stuff it inside a toy dolls with very moderates separation anxiety may still say aha this is more interesting so if.

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"personality change" Discussed on The Upgrade by Lifehacker

The Upgrade by Lifehacker

01:47 min | 4 years ago

"personality change" Discussed on The Upgrade by Lifehacker

"Happens quite a lot with israel these relationships you feel like you've met your other half because they are kind of analysing you end figuring out to your volmer ability is and insecurities and kind of giving you exactly what you need or want without maybe you being aware that you want it when you were putting the pieces together about marco you google old husband a fair and liar personality change yup how did you come to identify marco as a psychopath i think many of us have sat down in a computer and google old um these horrible quality is about somebody that we now and perhaps put together a diagnosis are found something that seems to make everything make sense right exactly and there's f late you know a a fear of that or a worry um that that you could do you know see what you wanna see or make the the pieces of the puzzle fit together the way you want you to explain certain behaviours um i gu golds those terms end the first article was all about different types of pathological liars and then within that article v m i think phd that road it said there is one type of liar that you know if if you realize that are involved with this type of liar you have to go no contact immediately and and he he said sociopath and i hadn't known you know that that there could be a sociopath it wasn't like a murderer or you know in jail and and so i started googling that more and um over the course of a few months i would say and also just gathering more and more information about my ex husband i realized that allotted the traits you know the superficial charm the impulsive.

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"personality change" Discussed on Juicy Scoop with Heather McDonald

Juicy Scoop with Heather McDonald

01:38 min | 4 years ago

"personality change" Discussed on Juicy Scoop with Heather McDonald

"By the way like it's too much food k hung over the next day lost today i hate that those those are becoming less than god less but because i love during he so much i've been very conscious to never to haftlately give it up right buti did liked that you brought awareness to this pro mom this is mommy juice and all this stuff it's like idon'tknowi kinda agree idon'tthinkidon'ti don't think it's something people should completely think is okay you know well to me the issue is not exactly drinking around your kids like as the type of drinking that you're talking about right i think is normal whati don't see any reason like dad's should be able to have beers around their kids but moms shouldn't because the kids are around it's not that yeah it's alcoholic drinking right which to me it's like john my husband drinks ya i've never seen him drunk my kids have never had to like you know go god daddy's drinking ya to stay out of daddy's way because he gets really mad when he drinks like i ever seen my husband's personality change the problem for me was that i was unpredictable drinker i really enjoyed drinking but dating back from what i drank at high school my personality changed i mean i drank to get i drinking got drunk without meaning to you know and then i would have years were that didn't happen soilikeokayi'm fine youknowi mean i would ever started my drinking base on like my childhood but the the difference ithinkisithinki have an addiction gene in my family and so that got sparked off i started drinking a fourteen you know.

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"personality change" Discussed on BizTalk Radio

BizTalk Radio

02:20 min | 4 years ago

"personality change" Discussed on BizTalk Radio

"Your dog could be earth ridic or might be any other number of problems that are creating pain in your dog it could also be that your dog is suffering from the beginnings of canine cognitive dysfunctions syndrome that's like alzheimer's and people and older dogs can get that and this could be the start of that so one of the signs is the dog sleep wake cycle is different such as getting up in the middle of the night a dog vets house train that begins to lose house training a dog that's acting confused maybe the not recognising people the dog knows or noticing of personality change your dog just isn't being like that dog isn't being like buster anymore you know i'll or the dog literally walking into a room lunch i've done and says we're am i and looks out of the room very confused or tries to walk in the room and the wrong side of the doors something like that any of those to be signs now not all of them all at once i hope not but the beginnings of this it could be so i mention all those signs because i want you to think about okay is some one of those other beginning to apply to my dog if so seer veterinarian yesterday because you're veterinarian chan intercede so let's go through these again your dog is howling in the middle of the night if your dog is simply hungry you can eliminate that possibility by giving your dog a treat before your dog goes to bed assuming your dog is an already overweight or obese and if so cut the food down from an earlier meals little in half and gives some of that meal before bedtime that's one possibility to take care of that if your dog is doing this for attention simply don't give your dog any attention at three in the morning if indeed your dog you think there's a possibility the something medical is going on and really i would contact your veterinarian about those depending on when your dog was last examined and what you're veterinarian thinks 'cause your vet knows your dog i do not and considered talking your veterinarian are actually senior veterinarian about ruling out any medical possibilities as i said that's really high on the list of something the might be going on and with the age of your dog so is cognitive dysfunction syndrome.

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"personality change" Discussed on The Steve Deace Show

The Steve Deace Show

01:55 min | 4 years ago

"personality change" Discussed on The Steve Deace Show

"In the lives inside of but waivers so that they no longer have to wrestle with temptation the way they did before they were the way worse but they have the power with we have the power within its to now say now for tonight even desire certain things that we used to desire that is that look well okay i want to my life certain things aspects of my personality changed almost immediately certain other aspects of my personality change over time certain aspects of my personality they're weren't where when i mean certain aspects let me just refresh every redefine certain bad correct bad aspects some bad aspects my personality changed right away some other bad aspects of my personality changed over time some other bad aspects of my personality are changing now some other bad aspects him i personally do not want to go but we'll be changed later because he was began a good work a new is faithful to the day of completion right okay so that's what it means progressively we are getting more saying to five we are becoming whole where we are becoming more christ like that's what it means progressively over time what i'm talk without not talking about that i'm talking about progressive is him as an ideology progressive is him as an ideology has to be defined as an ideology here's what it really is i believe it is the heresy of this age it says man is good not send fall god says no one is good but god all that and then falling short of the glory of god this is why so there's no such thing is progressive christianity this is why because what's the next wind if man is basically good there is no need for christianity if we are basically good then we are not in need of a savior we can save ourselves that's a progressive isn't teaches we can.

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