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Intuitive Eating When You Work in an Office

Food Psych

02:49 min | 2 weeks ago

Intuitive Eating When You Work in an Office

"How do you step into intuitive eating and away from structured meals when you work in an office environment and bring your own meals and snacks. I'm having a hard time figuring out. How to truly intuitively eat in this setting due to my having to prepacked food to bring to work so thanks dale for that great question and before. I answer just my standard disclaimer. That these answers and this podcast in general are for informational and educational purposes only and are not substitute individual medical or mental health advice. So this is a great question. And i think it gets atta misconception about intuitive eating which is that intuitive eating is about always eating exactly what you're craving in any given moment that's really not true while it's certainly important to be able to eat while you're craving when it's available to you when it's economically and logistically feasible. It isn't always going to be and really the ability to always eat exactly what you're craving in the moment without having to pre packer preplanned is something. That's only available to the extremely extremely wealthy who have the ability to just order food every time they want something right. Have seamless or post mates or whatever just deliver food constantly to their house or have a private chef prepare food for every single meal and snack for the rest of their lives. It's just not feasible for the rest of us right for the rest of us. There are always going to be times that we need to prepacked food or preplanned. What and where we're going to eat and that is not antithetical to intuitive eating at all in fact it's a really important part of intuitive eating because intuitive eating is about making sure we have enough food and have our needs for food. Mets in whatever situation where in and for those of us who work in offices and can't afford to buy our meals and snacks out every day or who work in workplaces where there isn't even anywhere nearby to buy food. We have to pack our meals and snacks in order to make sure that we have enough food and have our needs met which is again you know. The central thing about intuitive eating those are the most important principles of intuitive vedic. Now the tricky thing about packing in planning meals is that dia culture in this day and age definitely makes quote unquote meal. Prep a total thing right. And if you look at instagram in the hashtag meal property i don't recommend but just as a thought experiment you would see that diet. Culture really has the lock on this concept of meal. Prep and so when you're preparing and pre packing meals to try to make sure you have enough and have your needs for food met in a way. That's consistent with intuitive eating. It's important to make sure you're not meal prepping and packing in diety way and the key to that is keeping things in mind pleasure and

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"shira" Discussed on VS

VS

04:10 min | 2 months ago

"shira" Discussed on VS

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"shira" Discussed on VS

VS

03:28 min | 2 months ago

"shira" Discussed on VS

"Knocks it out. Are we okay after that. That was house. That was the name that yeah. I really needed you to say draft twenty. It'll be fine it'll be fine. Twenty five find even after the beating all my like most requested jams are the one shots. Isn't that annoying crafted. This other one took me seven years. And i lost the my hairline. Everything you know. It's like an airport nagoya. Re that it's just like compass. And i last game of the day sheer. Are you fucking ready. I don't think i am absolutely not this. One is called this versus something else where we will offer you the opportunity to stay in this reality or hop skip and jump over somewhere else so i up in this corner we have the bullshit. Excellence that we're living. And and the other corner we have a world where you get an actual readable countdown of a year before your death. This is sending into a psychic spiral. So can i ask what i know. How like is it like in three hundred days or is it like in two days. I think you get the whole year. You got the lightning as soon as as soon as it's three hundred sixty five days like clock disappears like oh shit i got a year. That's also the fuck department thinking about this. I was like you could just be in the middle of good shit and then your clock pops up. Yeah exactly. I think i would choose that. I think i would choose to know the clock. Why do you think that. I can't explain really why i think it's just like given the alternative of it's gonna happen anyway. There's something i think as shira is my personality that having that hands to hold the bowl way. I can't quite put it another way as opposed to what i'm doing now which is fine which is just like knowing the bowl is somewhere in like the bull it it exists is certainly a bowl you know in doing my best to put my hands under but i think i'd rather have my hands under. Yeah that's great i agree. Yeah yeah. I mean i'm thinking about just like even elders of mine who have died and the like shock of a sudden death versus like you know even with illness like we gotta asher my grandfather into death. I want to say my goodbyes. Like you know. Like if i knew ahead a year to just like really like they'd be able to say okay. Do the things you know. Hold a moments you know. I want to see this person. You know a couple more time. You know like being able to have like intentional hospice for everybody where you just know. You're leaving beautiful. Yeah that makes a lot of sense to me. And i guess also then like every day that the clock doesn't pop up. You know that you have at least a year which is also clovelly. That's lovely and i just think like what i'm doing now is attempting to do that. In an even in just the practices that they've offered i feel better having acknowledged or felt some of the things that it brings up. So i imagine it would be like an invitation to.

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"shira" Discussed on VS

VS

05:05 min | 2 months ago

"shira" Discussed on VS

"How real are you supposed to live in this world with. A sense of wholeness a sense of safety if it's possible and a sense of divinity while you are encountering things that only appear to be the opposite of divine. I'm wondering now that you're dying How how is your attention changed. That's a beautiful question. I want hear your answer after that. I don't feel like i'm dying. Is the first thing like we are supposed to do. All these practices even give us these things. That's like you're in the doctor's office. You're getting this diagnosis. That it others drugged help it. And it's hard we talk about it in our group like. How do you enter that viscerally. Because i'm looking at this big kahuna. It's almost like we're being forced to be really real about what isn't isn't happening for us. We're not gonna have this top of the mountain. I've conquered dying experience like that's ridiculous and so might attention really is on my body on. There's a practice called soft belly that we do where you basically just check into your belly and see if it is really contracted in tight or if it is possible to soften a little bit and it's not a measuring stick. It's not like it's tight. You're a bad person meditate or whatever it's you know sometimes our bellies need to be defended. There's something that's threatening and we you know there's a part of us that's letting us know there's danger but what does it mean to notice others. No danger i can just kind of soften at my belly level and how so much of our fear is stored in our belly so to really relax around. Our belly is like an invitation to take care of fear to release to relax And so that's a practice that's offered there's online to like free Meditations help do that And that's just like a small thing throughout the day notice am i. Softening their even. Just the question of like could i be. Gentler is one. that's like it really allows a lot. Maybe you're going to die you know. Can you be a little bit gentler..

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"shira" Discussed on VS

VS

04:04 min | 2 months ago

"shira" Discussed on VS

"You know there were sincere moments. Where i thought i was gonna die many times in my life like sincerely was like this is the last second. There's something about releasing our clutch around that viewpoint. Because i have never seen what's had. I could have never seen what was really flowering in that moment. I love that. I think you're just speaking so much. As i. just the humidity of surrendering unraveling i. Maybe that protective shell. I'm almost here. Because said something about like wanting safety or wanting grace. I'm actually just feeling myself releasing to this idea of mystery right. And it's actually that protective just getting shot away and say like okay. If you don't know it's not gonna be over exactly and vanden as like if you if you don't know not going to be over to sit a second longer with that and say you know if you don't know then what does it feel like. Where are you what do you see. What are you smell. I don't know why in some parts of my life where. I was walking to an outpatient program to be there from nine to two for two weeks. I remember those walks in technicolor. Not because i was you know higher manak not. Because i was happy because i was there. And i fully remember the reds. It was autumn. I fully remember the yellows i remember. You know people on bikes passing seeing a tiny dog and so it begs the question right like we don't need to be elated or devastated to access presents. And you hear this poets being like oh no. I need to write the darkest. Because that's the way i know how to access presence will. Maybe you could write about your toothbrush to really see it and wislawa szymborska. Somebody that has taught me a lot about that. How do you encounter the ordinary things in your life with and unequivocal interest but.

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"shira" Discussed on VS

VS

05:20 min | 2 months ago

"shira" Discussed on VS

"And i don't mean that metaphorically. I don't mean that politically you know the other day. I found an object a journal that i collage while i was in the mental hospital in some class that they put you in to kind of corral until i hear do something while you're adjusting to medicines. I've found that journal hadn't looked at it. And i still haven't really open ended at this point in time but just i just held it and was like you don't even know past sheera who's with me now who is holding you right now almost like time collapses with that object. I don't know that. I experienced time in this linear way that we are talking about and and i think all of us to some degree you know. Obviously if you say meet me at five on the five but there is a way that i think all of us and especially on sped are working with language can collapse time to include the many as many as you know and the many that are not hyperbolic to say like are here. Yeah i feel that. I also feel like if i'm going to think about the me's that mothering and like you know when i sit at the room of all the important times in my life twenty four year old and as a sitting right there and i was twenty four for many years because i couldn't move on from the trauma of four in that linear time space. It took me a while. It's actually for like. I could be good to that self where i wasn't that self Why could start to nurse in. He'll and i'll even get a necessary distance from that self but also be able to return to that self with like love and compassion and not guilt You know not hate not confusion and not like shame for not having healed. Have you like for for me. It's like it allows me the space to not feel shame for still carrying her. Actually being like oh my god. I'm twelve years removed. Shouldn't i be different. Should i be grown But to know that being thirty two year old me like having grown are having learned means recognising that she is there like that's that's part of what it means to to rebuild now like we spend a lot of time running away from whatever like twenty four year old or twenty two year old twenty old just being like okay like for me at least you know hospitalization and the terror in all everything that went into bat and it was like i wonder what it would have been like for someone to sit and be like. Yeah this is really happening. It's really hard and let's just hold everything that's in it kind of like shepherd for me because they're sort of a cultural for whatever reason of like my it happened for your brain is fucked. We need to get your brain right now. You bring his right now. You can go to school now. You can do these things now. You're functioning citizen. Meanwhile than that brain that mind that person that being moves through feeling not quite whole right. It's beautiful you revealed franny about even just expectations on that being who became fractured. And as you said like you know maybe like the trauma kept me there..

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"shira" Discussed on VS

VS

03:07 min | 2 months ago

"shira" Discussed on VS

"When you ask like as a poet do i believe that you know in vessel them kind of it's strange because i just kind of move over to like well as a human do i feel that way. How do i feel as a human do i feel. I'm just a vessel. Like does free will exist like all these like like ridiculous questions pop up that are that are worth examining to some degree. But there is a way that. When i'm my most relaxed i feel part of a dancing and that is really different than either going on one poll towards the colonizing control of things or the other just like. Hey man were all just been. It's like no we are earth and we are heaven. We are the meeting place where all manifest you know and i really want to keep discovering it. I don't wanna land and be like yes. I know how a poem happens. Yes i know how it human happens. I want to be like tomorrow. I might have a paradigm shift. That happened right. I had a paradigm shift. When i was twenty two when i lost my mind so i know it's possible and that there's many sides to that diamond not just trauma not just beauty now at thirty six you know. I had to go through my own journey but thirty six. That actually fuels me excites me to be like what is out there. What is indy me. that's so moving to me sheriff to hear you talk about looking back at that time as being the proof of your capacity for change. I'm grateful you're saying that because it is a journey right like it didn't feel that way ben but something cataclysmic was happening that i think it's really important to say like we don't actually know i have some words. I have bipolar. You know. I have mental illness and i i do. Trust those words in there useful for me and then also there are certain moments that experience. That's why we're poets to enter it more fully and say wait a second if i strip away a lot of what. I'm supposed to know. Suppose to feel what was happening. That took me a long time to not be ashamed or intimidated by that. Still learning that. I think like hearing hearing which you just said about like you know about twenty two year old shiro about what thirty six year old cheers able to look back at her You feel it in the poems. Is that like time. Is this malleable thing that we exist across and are allowed to like be different selves and arrive at different conclusions across. I think that's what we see in Some were real that that it has been long and actually all of it matters and so and so all the shit get in. And isn't that strange. Because we are like a time capsule i guess you could say on four all of those things and none of them disappear. They just deepen or hide or move. I i wonder how you feel about this. Like this is like kind of weird to say. But i really do feel like i'm sincerely mothering. Sister in taking care of twenty two year old shira..

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"shira" Discussed on VS

VS

03:38 min | 2 months ago

"shira" Discussed on VS

"I'm loving love revision. I just worked on something the other day. That was twenty five drafts over since february and when i cracked it yesterday i was like. I'm so glad it wasn't a to draft home. Like i love the journey. I don't want it to be twenty four. I don't want it to be twenty three. So that makes what your question even more hilarious to me because this poem was a single shot down as it's a little spooky that you've mentioned just that last night because that was the only thing that really changed it used to be now here. I am somewhere real and loving you get in and it changed last minute to call loving you get in and that was in combing through the poem and seeing is it and loving you. I'm somewhere real. No it's the place and that's the heart you're talking about the place. I arrive at the end of this. That i didn't even know there was a map for is just this collective as you said this inviting this really non-discriminatory way of looking at my life and my experiences in saying yeah. You didn't push gabby into the locker but you didn't stop it right or yeah you you know. All of these things are invited. And so you know. I bring this poem and sometimes the reaction is that i did something but but i tend to feel like with these one shot babies that we have been practicing practicing and cultivating ritualized and routine izing and then one day. You show up much like an athlete. And the game just clicks and you can't even take responsibility for the things that topple out now how we allow ourselves to enter a game but we are open enough to knock it in the f. ing way. That's the real magic. I think that's why i have students at all. Is to be like how. When i arrive do i not. Let's say i'm at the ocean. Do i not start taking a thin bowl and picking up the sand and gone. I don't know if this part of the sand is as good as this part of the like. How can you just be in front of the ocean and be like this is massive. This is overwhelming in a part of it. I'm here are you poet. That believes in kind of like the sort of like a vessel model of like what it means to be an artist like is it like a connecting with the divine and letting it happen like amuse or a genius thing i think back to like being eighteen and having roomy like handed to me my mom i say this often that like i really was like. Oh this is my first boyfriend. I was like in love. I was having a love affair. That's garret. It's so i had a girlfriend i was just like this is okay but it also gay that. The i love is a little problematic. There was a way in which his permission to be messy and not actually have a prescription for how god or the divine arrives that i think just like smacked me in my center. Made me feel like a who grew up. Sort of type a managing Being kind of a little adult. Since i was very small there was a way that his messiness and kind of the sufi practice is more of a dance. Where you how you might be vessel or you might be the filling agent you might be md or you might be overflowing and kind of that flexibility and delight in the practice of the dance you know.

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"shira" Discussed on VS

VS

03:50 min | 2 months ago

"shira" Discussed on VS

"Utah out fucking god spending time with till the last night the revisiting that book and it's so beautiful to to move through that book and see like okay calm like in its place and doing its own thing and like crafted and it's like a small part of the world and i love that but then it's also equally great to be reminded of what you can do when you're completely boundless. God can trumping all. I don't know i just it's just. It's just so great to remember the long poem that what you can do in that kind of space you know i wrote you guys use scrivner at all here. No in scrivner. There's no page marking and so with app home and with many others that i'm writing in there like i don't hit like that place on halfway. I'm all the way down the page on this one. When i actually put it into a google doc or whatever it was shocking to me building lanes of it because i had as you said kind of boundless field where i wasn't measuring and kind of parsing. Okay where am i. It was like i don't know i am Yeah i don't know just reminds me of I remember the first time that i saw scans of dickinson's poems. You know she wrote on. He's like teeny pieces of paper and like envelopes and stuff right like everybody knows that. But but then i. I thought that came to me was like oh my god. What emily dickinson had had big paper like. Would you be a different boeing. And so. I think i don't know that's it's so cool to to see what happens when you don't know what the are.

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"shira" Discussed on VS

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04:30 min | 2 months ago

"shira" Discussed on VS

"She's a mother. Now as i write this get in television. And all the extinct hardware of the nineties. Mantell jerry ricky get in. I'm driving get in xs. Tell me about life without me. Pick the music thread of threat through my dumb brown hair. Something like you were always so then let the rain finish your sentence get in rain. But don't hog the air. I'm running away. I'm tired of not being a monk. Get in your so vain and five o'clock shadows and how hard it is to not talk to my brother. We went a whole year and a half get in therapists with a good haircut and bad advice you to michael jackson. I'm so sorry you had to be michael jackson. The kind of snow. That only fell when i was young. Get in or maybe. It's just how i signed get in. I'm trying desperately not to sound cute. Which is of course adorable but please eleven siblings killed in the camps get next to my grandfather pill headedness get children's forehead everything behind it. Get in. I'm not gonna say again. Buckle up put a daffodil behind my ear touched my shoulder from back seat right my will from me tell marianne evans i can hear her humming. It's fine except driving walnuts. I'm aware that i'm crying. Get in sit next to coverage the baffling intelligence of starling. Uterit- front seat. I'm only five feet tall. Too many strangers. Pick me up as a gag. My recurring dream is that i choose this life again. Keep your hands inside the vehicle. The mandolin i inherited because of genocide. Keep me awake all night. morgan. I just wanna watch your hands. Protect aflame everybody. I'm sorry i'm doing my best not to lean so hard on metaphor. i avoid where i am. This road invented itself. Even though i get the facial expressions right. I'm a poor listener. Get in greasy hair. Bucktoothed gets distracted easily. Deodorant stains secret crush on catherine. Come on in through your book bag out the window and tell me your favorite color turquoise get in the walker. They shoved gabby into an. I didn't do it. But i didn't stop them. Get in the line between where you almost went and where you're going. They call that a fork funny. Every time i looked the moon roof slide open but there was no moon. Get in hurry slowly. Slow up slur. Your world's say your sorrow admit you loved the uglier twin while arm-in-arm with the one older by a second. Oh cherishing get in. It's not too late. Get in the diner. Never closes get in. Put your feet on the dash. I'm stopping at an acute This to commands rest. Stop the game. Is we rush into the gas station. You buy me a souvenir. most certainly don't need an i you. I found this kitchen. It blinks your name. They never have mine. Get in get in world death time. I swear. I'll turn this car around if you don't hot box. As the day the stars come down and start walking around like they own the place. God said it'd get in the game. Is i spy the game is who can be quiet. The longest the game is hold. Your breath was a cemetery. Order me fries order. Lungs order me around order my manuscript. Here's a handful of pennies of ketchup packets of skies. I know you're exhausted. get in. i'm driving.

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"shira" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

02:35 min | 9 months ago

"shira" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"There is not the best thing you could take courses. You can see what they're doing. You see they teach classical liberal arts education. Most colleges teach neo Marxism or Marxism. Yeah. It is amazing to me. When you look at a newspaper like the Washington compost Here. We have an article already. Who's it? By Shira Franko. Oh, Shira Franco here, Franko. You see a young to face Shira Shira Franko meet the top election misinformation. Super spreaders Wild Shira. Trumps. And it's set a right wing commentators have been the top so called super spreaders of election misinformation, according to research by What is it? Ava as a V AZ, a global human rights group. Oh, do tell. In descending order. The five included the right wing commentators Dan Bongino, Mark Levin, Diamond and silk. David J. Harris Jr. Who that is as well as one of the president's sons, Don Jr. President Trump topped the list according to the research. Well, guess what, Mr Producer. Have a research firm to human rights firm. Live in human rights Watch. Did you know this Mr Producer? And we have a list of the five biggest parts is One of the biggest parts is is sheriff Frank up? Here. Uh, You just won the mark. Living Human Rights Putts award. You're a punch. Since election day. There have been over 77.1 million, likes comments and shares on Facebook from the top 25 super spreaders of voter fraud, misinformation. The top five alone are responsible for 49 point to me. This is what they do. This is eight. Predictable. Marxist. Hard left wing effort. Remember what song Lynskey said. Don't get into the issues. Pick a target. Personalize it and attack it. So this is the Washington compost. And here, a Franco The spokesman for Facebook, said the company was taking every opportunity to label post. So now they're encouraging Facebook. You see A sense of me from people like me.

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Medical Astrology in Practice with Kira Sutherland

The Plant Path

08:54 min | 1 year ago

Medical Astrology in Practice with Kira Sutherland

"Hey there everybody Ceja Popham here founder of the School of Evolutionary herbalism in your host. Here on the plant pass and I know it's been quite some time since I've published a new piece of material here on the podcast and I'm really excited about what we've got in store for you here in this episode. I've got curious Sutherland. On the line here with me and in this episode we are going to be discussing with you. Some of the ways in which medical astrology can be incorporated into your healing practice whether you're an herbalist or a natural path or any form of holistic practitioner cure is just an incredible wealth of knowledge and understanding in clinical experience in. How medical astrology works Shira is natural path. A homeopath an herbalist a nutritionist. And we we met actually a number of years ago at the Renaissance Medicine. Conference put on by My medical astrology teacher Judith Hill and it was just myself and Kira and Judith and Matthew would there in Portland Oregon Teaching about these old old approaches to to healing grew using astrology and natural medicine. So I'm super stoked to have you on the podcast here cure. Thanks so much for joining US excited to be here. Thanks for having me. Yeah so let's start off by just sharing a little bit about Your coach to healing how you work with people. I mean you've got a really unique. Lots of different areas coming together in your approach from the herbs and the naturopathy. He end the medical astrology. And I'm just curious if you could share a little bit about your story and how and especially how the medical astrology piece came into play in your approach to holistic healing awesome. I'm I oh my gosh where do I start? I'm actually American borne in San Francisco but I my whole adult life has been in Australia. If you're my accent go in and out So I grew up in the seventies San Francisco so I was around a lot of alternatives. things thinking one of my mom's my mom's a scientist but her one of her best friends was an astrologer who comes to feed me stocks. That was always kind of in my in my cells or in my awareness but when I studied naturopathy in my early twenties in Australia so just to clarify to naturopathy in. Australia is an Undergrad Bachelor's degree. And then you go on a new upper stop some different style of naturopathy to North American one. But as I was studying naturopathy I got really frustrated that you know they have all these beautiful things know you talk about a lot in your book about the vital force and all the energetics but I got really frustrated. There was no system to put things through because my brain works really systematically and everyone was finishing off studying ir Veda or traditional Chinese medicine and I was like this isn't this doesn't make sense to me. That were natural. Medicine has been so long. Where's our system because we must have one and I was. Yeah and I was. I started looking for a system to things through and then if you go into the history of medicine as well as I luckily started studying astrology formerly at the same time I finally came across medical astrology with all the elements and the humor's and I was like. Oh here's our system. We just threw it out three hundred years ago in medicine and nobody knows about it anymore so for me. Medical astrology really was like. It's like icing on a cupcake of what I was doing as a clinician because it it gave me that whole system put things drouin understand people better and so I didn't. I mean I have studied a bit of. Tci A year of Ir Beta now as well. But it's for me. Medical Astrology was just as beautiful system to overlay on the herbs the nutrition. Yeah that's really how it came about for me Nice. Yeah I love how you said that in the way that and this is the thing that I discovered and founded my own experience to being best year was you know there's all this you know clinical evidence and studies in science and then and then it's like. Oh but if you want kind of more energetic perspective or everyone looks to the east you know to Chinese medicine or Veda or the other systems and it was like. Where's our Western traditional model? You know and I always felt that too. Like how heaters all these little pieces in bits and bobs. But where did they all fit together? And I think it's interesting how you know. He is always seen as like. Oh Lake pop astrology. Look it up in your Sunday Pierre. And it's Kinda hot hot funny funny but I think people really realize how central it was to to the practice of Medicine Right. It was. It was completely there too. Wet Three Hundred Renard. Two years ago an and it makes so much sense especially the energetics of the elements and I mean I know you go into that law in what you teach as well but yeah because the West we had it just as well as the eastern for me It just yeah. It really was that last little piece to really put it all together and it's by no means we call it whether hop astrologer you know. All the alternative stuff gets called wou-wou down here in Australia. Had Yeah it's just it for me. It's such a core part of when I look at a client even if a client. No-one using medical astrology gives me so much inside even if I just have their birthday around what systems I really need to look at for being the underlying cause of what's happening with them. It's just for me. It's that blueprints or road map with much. Better directions to the person. So for for maybe. Maybe there's some listeners. Out there that like the concept of medical astrology is like wait wet. Maybe just give a brief lake snapshot of like like how. How exactly does astrology apply to our body and our health and healing like how? How does that work? I guess in a in a kind of big picture overview Sherbourne here so you know if we go back in history Which I'm not a great history teacher but anyway all the way back to kind of Egyptian Times or even earlier. We have a hieroglyphics and drawings of what they called. Astro Manner Zodiac Nan. And it was. It was an overlay of the astrological signs. The twelve signs over the human body so in astrology we start with aries and we finished with Pisces. And so if you take those trump signs in overlapping on the Human Body. Aries is the head. Tourists is the neck and it works. Its way down to high-seas feature good each of the signs and the planet associated with each of the sides has rulership of a bunch of different body parts organs and functions. So we look at. Somebody's you know. Even if you only know your sunshine because of your birthday we look to that sign for your if you use it a loss and maybe overuse it so there could be a bit of a depletion or a lack of vitality going on in that area of the body or if if we know a whole astrology chart every planet with sitting somewhere when you were born and so if we can actually pull up the circle wheel of a of an astrology charts you can look where all your planets were gives you an even bigger or blueprints as to what's going on with your body physically

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Fat-Phobia in the Eating Disorder Treatment Community

Nutrition Matters

07:58 min | 1 year ago

Fat-Phobia in the Eating Disorder Treatment Community

"My name is page. I'm your host and I'm thinking of you. I hope that all of you are doing okay. This is quite the. Don't even know what to call it quite the intense time. We're in right now. I hope that it doesn't feel insensitive to be posting podcasts. That aren't related to corona virus. But I hope that you understand that. Kinda where I'm coming from is I want to continue to put stuff out there I know for some people. You might not have the bandwidth to really think about anything else other than just day to day getting by but I know many of you may be are looking for just something else to occupy your time and your minden so wherever you are with how you're dealing with this or how you're thinking about it. Just no you have my support and I want you to take care of yourself if it feels good to kind of explore topics in the realm of eating disorders nutrition Recovery then feel free to continue to tune in. I'm planning on continuing to post my planned episodes every other week and I will check in in these intros and just let you know. I'm here for you and I'm supporting you and I'm thinking of you and yes. That's the plan from here on out. I'll continue to post these episodes and I also just want you to know I'm thinking of you. Lots and I great. Today's podcast is with Shira rose who is a licensed clinical social worker in eating disorder therapist? Also someone who is very open and upfront about her own struggle with an eating disorder. She's making real waves in the eating disorder treatment space. I appreciate her voice so much and she's doing such important work to shed light on the problem of fat phobia in eating disorder treatment. So that's our topic for the day. We're talking about her own experiences and kind of what she wished would change in the eating disorder treatment field and this is a really important conversation. I was so grateful that she took the time to talk with me about this. And I really hope that you enjoy this conversation. Please just know that both of us are pro treatment. We are not at all trying to say that you should not go to a treatment center and we make that clear in the episode as well but I just want to kind of say that upfront and we are also coming from a place of deep care and concern for eating disorder patients and we hope that we can provide some solutions through opening up dialogue about where we might be able to improve all right so with that. Let's get into this conversation with Shira and I hope you enjoy high sheera. Thank you for joining me. And welcome to nutrition matters podcast. Thank you page so excited to be here so excited to finally have you on. This has been a longtime comey. I now feel like we talked about a year ago or something. Yeah lots has happened since. Then which is exactly what will be talking about today. So Oh so sure. Will you take a minute and just kind of introduce yourself to any listeners? Who might not already know you or be familiar with your work. Sure so I'm a therapist. And I practice in Chelsea Manhattan and I work with eating disorders disordered eating body image and all from very passionate health at every size framework and. I'm also a start up. Fashion Blogger where it really. Just basically exclusively only fashion and then transitioned to being very vocal about health at every size an inclusive fashion. And the and you know and I started talking about my own eating disorder recovery and so is kind of a whole bunch of stuff on my blog as well. When did you start? When did you start your blog? I started my blog right when I graduated social work school so I guess at this point it's been like seven. Years has been quite a while and talk about what you do there and kind of what the mission has been. I'm so I'm very passionate about making sure that the fashion that I share is as inclusive as possible. I wish I could make sure. There is options up to size forty and fifty and beyond but unfortunately our fashion our plus size. Fashion is still so problematic so I do my best at least include up to size twenty six twenty eight and as much as I can. And that's the minimum that all make sure that we have listed but basically it's just important to me that nobody this is not another place where somebody feels bad about themselves or not included. Because that is I feel like happened so much everywhere else and I wanted to be where you get it from me as well. Yeah you're also really passionate about rainbows and sequins UNICORNS mentioned colorful. Oh my gosh. Yes you're not gonNA see anything remotely minimalistic on my tape. That's what you're looking for. Go somewhere else right. No no no. That's to sad for me. That just makes me sad all the color full color I love it. I'm wearing a tie dye sweatshirt that you were. You were excited about today. So I'm I'm probably going to steal it from you somehow across okay. Maybe we'll we can find it. I'll find where where my sister bought it. Send it your way very come on a mission. Okay so so sure you have been a therapist. You said for seven years. Yeah I graduated Skoll twenty four and then I started practicing four twenty five thirty one now. So yeah so and you've always been in the eating disorder field in your entire career. Is that right yet? I mean when I first started kind of happen accidentally. I had my own disordered. Eating disorder passed. And so I thought you know I kind of thought what we learn is you. Don't go into eating sodas if you have an eating disorder. It's I kind of just stayed away when I was working in general clinic so I saw everything and everyone And then I saw client. Who had an eating disorder and I was like? Oh this is what I WANNA do. This is what I mentioned you and so the my supervisor kind of agreed with as well. She didn't know my history but she felt like I did. Good work so she kept giving me more eating disorder clients and then I kind of just kind of when I realized that. That's what I really want to be doing. And so then they actively pursued it so tell me like what clicked with that first client like what did you. What did you feel? What did you love about it? I just felt like I love kids and I. That's what I was seeing. A lot of. That was fine by was getting bored. And then I saw this client and a wasn't board and I was excited. I was passionate and I felt like I just I got it and I WANNA be careful to say that just because I have my own eating disorder. It doesn't mean that I think I know. Whatever else is what everyone else's experiences are like. Everyone has such unique stories. And that's really important to to know but I just was able to get this in the struggle on a level. Maybe that other people might not in so I just fell just important and it just felt like something. I don't know I was meant to do this. Kind of just like that. Unexplainable like this is what you're you're called to do. This is what you WANNA do. Yeah and I think also because I had a few clients who were never never felt safe in their bodies and I was able to be a therapist that again like work from a health at every size framework even instinctively before I even had the words for it when it first started. I think that was important for me. Knowing how I grew up in how unsafe I was larger body. I never ever wanted anyone to experience that and so if felt pretty good to be able to provide that for other people.

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Kimberly Caccavo: Graced By Grit

The Nice Guys on Business Podcast

05:10 min | 1 year ago

Kimberly Caccavo: Graced By Grit

"Kimberly CACAVO. Katie Nolan are the incredible dynamic. Duo kind of like stricken. I you guys know like Batman and Robin but I always want to be Batman. I know he hates that. Maybe they're kind of like Shira and wonder woman so I'm going to figure out what that means because I never met sheer but somebody said when I asked you. Can you give me two female superheroes. So I'm just going to say Kimberly K.. Are The superheroes. They're actual superpower however is inspiring women. Entrepreneurship they are co authors of the bestseller graced by grit the entrepreneurial woman's guide to starting a business with power passion and purpose. They tell they how they use this grit to build a multi-million dollar direct to consumer women's apparel business sell it to a a large company large by out and while building a loyal following passionate customers influencers and investors. Were going to talk about all that and more about how we get possibly the first woman president of the United States. Welcome Kimberly Kate to the Nice guys. Own Business podcast. Wow what an intro. Thank you for having us have have. My Mom knows right him for me because I'm important you know I'm a fifty five year old Jewish man so you know for me I. I'm still in love with my mom. I gotTA figure out how to get her to leave me alone a little a bit more. So we're going to get there a little bit. So Kimberly and Kate. Let's start let's start with this. So can we start with the original idea of what you no. You built this this large business and then it sounds like you sold it right. Sold it to a larger company and then you went after the next step. which was your passion Russian or did it? Did you try to find his other business to get to the spot where you could develop a passion based business. How did it work for you? It started from Passion Eh. Kate and I were running. I think running was probably more of her passion and she was my trainer and I was a business person but each of us were looking at clothing and what we are both passionate about clothing thinking what would be the best thing that you could wear in in training so that you perform better and we kept talking about it and finally just decided you want. No one else is doing it. We need to do it so okay but I you know I like I like eating food but and I know how to Cook Cook a meal in my kitchen but I don't want to own the restaurant. So how did you turn that passion Russian into a you know th there's all there's a huge step between finding something that you you know some some space in the environments white space in the in the industry that you're that you're passionate Washington about and then actually creating the product. How did you go from from zero to zero to one hundred as quickly as you did well for us? I mean I think it really the stemmed from that passion of not only fashion and close but really a passion for people and women in particular in their stories this led to US continuing the conversation in looking at the market that we were talking about stepping into and whether or not there was opportunity there that we felt we were solving a problem that we could build a community that supported our vision and after spending a significant amount of time. I'm really together researching all that scene. How we work together seeing if the aesthetic that we both felt we shared really was there We and realizing it was that there was a big opportunity and we. I mean we couldn't stop. I think we both felt like this is something we just had to do. And it really you know if from idea to launching our business took about nine months which was pretty incredible right that is a that is a pretty fast has turned from the time that you come up with the original concept unless you already have some wheels on the ground Roland forward That is that's a big. That's a you know a big push so when it came to finding people or did you bootstrap this company was well. I guess I should ask. Was it a bootstrap company without any outside investors. Or did you guys go and and look for outside investors as soon as you started developing the idea we did we went and we looked for outside investors. It wasn't the the best thing because we went. We made our leggings and then we took our leggings just in their sample phase to a meeting of investors it's all male investors and we presented these leggings. And when you're talking about how incredible they were and we thought what we did quite a convincing job. It was a startup forum and we thought they'd love it and the men they really liked A Kate and thought she should stand up from behind the podium because their legs were so good and they said women basically didn't need more athletic apparel they wouldn't resonate with their name would understand the name that business yet and so at that point we realized okay maybe outside investment right now isn't the way to go so it was self funded for our friends and family and then we did the s-series a and series beam. Eventually we been did at some crowdfunding.

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"shira" Discussed on Food Psych

Food Psych

05:17 min | 1 year ago

"shira" Discussed on Food Psych

"A clinical social worker I then proceeded specifically and worked for a therapist who treat eating disorders in her private practice. Started doing that and so I I I guess I obviously I didn't. I was a little nervous because everything that we hear is if you are struggling with an eating disorder. You should never ever ever do this until you're one hundred percent fully recovered recovered and first of all I feel like the recovery is unfair to I mean not everyone has access not everyone has money not everyone it. Has I mean recovering in a larger body roster covering. There's so many things that go into recovery. That is your Mama that you experienced and like the the deep scars ars ne can leave to exactly and so I just hate the idea of full recovery. Because what does that even mean especially in this world where the you know. The majority of people have disordered eating so as I was pretty anxious about that but I had my own therapists. I had my own Dietitian. I had a supervisor and we talked about federal law and I think something that works for me is always being able to like. I've always been able to separate myself from my clients. I don't really get triggered by my clients or their struggles. If I did. I wouldn't do it if I was activated by what my clients going through wouldn't be. It wouldn't even be on the table but it's it hasn't been like that I'm able to be present with them able to just be there with them. Able to ride safety fifty for them and Especially for clients in all size bodies and that's really important to me and so I think my therapist saw that and so she had no hesitation with me doing in my work which made me feel more comfortable about it and we've always had ongoing conversations but it's obviously feel like for someone to say that anyone and who has an eating disorder should not treat people in such a black and white ridiculous way of thinking it's so individual so for me specifically its work. Is something helping. I love to do something. I'm good at and so yes. It's what I've done I think in terms of I've never ever ever shared with a client that I had an eating disorder. This was my secret and I think there is definitely some shame that came along with it but also I have a kind of like a relatively bigger platform on social media and so once something is out there. It's out there is no taking it back. And I I didn't WANNA share also because I don't want this to become identity. It's it's taken so much meal already that I I. I was concerned about this being all that I was in and also just the stigma Ana I was really afraid of losing my job and losing the ability to Dude I love and that was one of the biggest pieces but I think I was so tired of living in secret and more importantly there are so many things I wanted to share about our field and about recovery on eating disorders that I just couldn't do on a personal level that I wanted to do so badly and I just decided to share my story in April. I don't know exactly like I do. I remember one of my therapists calling my blog. Avatar Shira and something about the way you said it like Click turney and so I think that piece in it but I did share and I did lose a lot because I shared an that part is really really hurtful and upsetting but I also have been able to talk about all things. I've been talking about since own. which are which is so important to me? And it's also interesting how many therapists and dieticians reach out to me saying I'm struggling but I don't like I'm scared to share and so so. Many people are struggling silently. But there's there's so much stigma around being a professional struggles won't share. I'm just the only one that decided to do that. Yeah and it's such a brave step that you took and I think does really pave the way for for other professionals who are struggling to reach out for help and I can tell you like I do some professional counseling or consulting career coaching and stuff. Like that and I definitely have had a number of Dietitians therapists reach out to me through that saying that they struggle and are looking for support around it because they don't feel like they can tell anyone in their life or people applying to be clients of mine. Who say that? They work in the mental health field or as Dietitians. And so like it's definitely common. It's a lot more common than I think people talk about. It's just yeah. Very few people are public about it because of the fallout that can happen. Yeah that part's been disappointing. Disappointing but I also am very fortunate. Fortunate to have some amazing people in this field to fully have back and support the work that I do and that I just try to focus focus on that piece. Yeah that's huge. I think having that community is so so important. Yeah I am curious to talk a little more about the stuff that you've seen in in eating disorder treatment that is so antithetical to health at every size. And what is it like. What's going on in these treatment centers and for for professionals that we need to be talking more about? We need to be doing more as a field to address. Where does this come from at a larger scale? I mean I think it comes from fat. Olbia and unchecked uproar anything like even the entire way that treatment centers are based on even to get access to treatment often. You need to be at a certain weight and then treatment is kind of framed and based around the and I think but forcing people to get weighed weekly if not daily especially clients in larger bodies that have been so traumatized around. That is so unfair. You're setting them up to be retraumatize.

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How to Practice 'Intuitive Eating' in an Office Environment

Food Psych

06:37 min | 1 year ago

How to Practice 'Intuitive Eating' in an Office Environment

"Have you step into intuitive eating and away from structured meals when you work in an office environment and bring your own meals and snacks? I'm having a hard time figuring out. How to a truly intuitively eat in this setting due to my having to prepacked food to bring to work so thanks tail for that great question and before? I answer just my standard standard disclaimer. That these answers and this podcast in general are for informational and educational purposes only and are not substitute for individual medical or mental health. Advice vice so this is a great question and I think it gets at a misconception about intuitive eating which is that intuitive eating is about always eating eating exactly what you're craving in any given moment that's really not true while it's certainly important to be able to eat while you're craving when it's available to you when it's economically economically and logistically feasible. It isn't always going to be and really the ability to always eat exactly what you're craving in the moment without having to pre repack or preplanned is something that's only available to the extremely extremely wealthy who have the ability to just order food every time they want something right. Have seamless or post mates or whatever just deliver food constantly to their house or have a private chef prepare food for every single meal and snack for the rest of their lives. It's just not feasible for the rest of US right for the rest of us. There are always going to be times that we need to prepacked food or preplanned. What and where we're going to eat? It's and that is not anesthetic to intuitive eating at all in fact it's a really important part of intuitive eating because intuitive eating is about making sure we have enough food and have our needs for food. Mets in whatever situation where aunt and for those of us who work in offices and can't afford to buy our meals and snacks out every day or who work in workplaces where there isn't even anywhere nearby to buy food. We have to pack our meals and snacks in order to make sure that we have avenue food and have our needs met which is again. You know the central thing about intuitive eating those are the the most important principles of intuitive vedic now the tricky thing about packing and planning meals is that Dia Culture in This Day and age definitely makes quote unquote meal. Prep a total thing right. And if you look at instagram in the Hashtag tag meal prep which I don't recommend but just as a thought experiment you would see that Diet. Culture really has the lock on this concept of meal. Prep and so when you're are preparing and pre packing meals to try to make sure you have enough and have your needs for food met in a way. That's consistent with intuitive eating. It's important to make sure you're not meal prepping and packing in a diety way and the key to that is keeping two things in mind pleasure and abundance so in order to help make prepacked meals and snacks as pleasurable and abundant as possible. It might help to start out by making a list of the lunches and snacks axe. That you would just love to eat every day. If Diet culture weren't part of the equation at all so if diet culture wasn't anywhere in the mix and you could just have your dream meals and snacks at the office. What would those be? Just let your mind run wild. Let yourself just make a list of everything you really want to eat at the office and try to make your list include as wide a variety of foods as possible. So that you have lots and lots of options lots and lots of ideas then you can go to the grocery store and try. Try to get as close to those foods as you can based on your budget what's available near you and all that stuff and then prepare your food say like for example. You're Ooh I would really love Pastrami sandwiches to have at the office. So you buy some prepackaged Pastrami or maybe go a Deli and you get Deli selection of it. That's it's enough for a week weeks worth of sandwiches right. You get some bread. You'd get some mustard Mayo. Maybe lettuce and tomato chips on the side. Maybe get some other snacks to go with the lunch. And then you take that to the office and you see how it goes and you notice what satisfies you and what doesn't so in our sandwich. The jags apple. You're like ooh. I really wish I had some pickles with this or oh I wish I had some like Coleslaw on the side in the sandwich. I WANNA get that for next time or these little bags exit chips that I got just aren't really satisfying kind of want more chips to go with the sandwich so next time I get bigger single. Serve bags of chips or I'll get a big bag of chips and just bring that to the the office and served myself. How much on a given day right? So you can make adjustments based on what is satisfying to you. What gives you pleasure? And then next next time you can put those things that you decided you want on your shopping list and you might need to go shopping more often at first as you figure out. What's really satisfying pleasurable to you? And you'll likely need to add more food to whatever it. Is You pack. Because Diet cultures voice will probably still be strong in your head and it'll probably still be saying like donate so much pack a small portion whatever. Whatever so it's going to be important to keep adding more food as you go and keep really really listening to yourself in terms of what's actually satisfying pleasurable? But bottom line is you can totally pre pack and plan and use the experience of eating what you packed to make a different decision. Maybe for next time or to like to recognize. Oh I love this lunch. This is a great lunch GonNa have this as a part of my repertoire. I'M GONNA buy ingredients chance for this. Next time I go to the grocery store to maybe have this be a standing item on my list so I hope that's helpful and just to reassure you definitely do not need a to eat on demand exactly what you want in a given moment without any pre planning every time because that's just for people who have like oodles and noodles money or or a private chef. And obviously if you're at the start of your intuitive eating path and you have the means to do this then by all means like buy food out all the time that's great if that's that's what satisfying to you. But I think in the long term probably ninety nine percent of people listening wouldn't be able to sustain that forever. You wouldn't be able to post mates or for Siem less or whatever yet delivery of your favorite foods in the moment every single time you wanted to eat right. That's kind of a good short term solution for people who can afford that so that you can get used to having pleasurable foods but that's not gonna be a long term solution so for the vast vast majority of us we are going to need to have some preplanned prepacked meals and that is great. That is totally a part of intuitive. Eating don't let diet culture hijack that from

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"shira" Discussed on 4 Things with Amy Brown

4 Things with Amy Brown

01:42 min | 2 years ago

"shira" Discussed on 4 Things with Amy Brown

"But I really want him to go for that sleeve. Oh, my daughter has something to say you have something to say, I don't want to have to gross. Oh, you think that twos are gross even knew what you don't. What about these? You don't like him up. Okay. Well, maybe when you're older that's good news because I don't want you to get tattoos as as a kid. I want you to be older and make sure you get something cage. No, you did not want. Okay. Go up. All right. So stuff special says, no tattoos. You don't want to get a sleeve. No. I bet he won't don't worry. Even if I beg for it. He's probably not going to. So you don't even want me to get a pretty bird right here up. Okay. Not does. It's isn't that? Put him wander. It has. Okay. So my mom's like the morning, she died the him Alfayo away. Like, it was a beautiful morning when she died, and I've always thought I wanted to get like some birds on my arm that were flying representing that representing her flying away to have been but. So you so you don't think I get birds even though it's special. Okay. So sheer is not into it. Speaking of birds just made me think of butterflies, which we've been growing some caterpillars in our kitchen digital see what happened to the caterpillars. Not yet. I don't know the only thing that birds have in common with caterpillars is that they turn it a butterfly. They both have wings. But that's how my brain works. But I have to tell y'all something so Shira I have to tell you the caterpillars died. Yeah. Rest in peace. They were y'all were supposed to transfer them from that little Cup into that little basket. And then they were going to like after they got in their Coon thing than they were going to morph into a butterfly and be beautiful and fly away. But they died..

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"shira" Discussed on Fashion Hags

Fashion Hags

02:42 min | 2 years ago

"shira" Discussed on Fashion Hags

"My session this week is the new Shira. Okay. Bye today. Essentially all women wrote at great wonderful. The writing room was all women. It's an effort. A lot of the directors are women. It's about a bunch of princesses a bunch of women. There's like two dudes three in the whole fucking show. Is human on it. No. But we're waiting for season two. So do you think come back, maybe they're kind of creating their own universe thing? Yeah. Because it was all it was always somebody who was in original Shiro fan from nineteen eighty five. I was sheera. Three halloweens in a row, I was fully in the sheer universe. My brother was he was also into human. But I don't think he was inhuman as much as I was into sheera? How could you be? I am sorry human does not hold fucking Kano the sheera. No, she's bucking radical. Maybe in like, I wouldn't know the maybe in the gay community a horror and no chance she was got the in the flying horse. She's got the wings and the fuck Andrew. Haired and the sewers I'm sorry human can unattainable body tie. But no this toilets the new share. It's totally reimagined. I was watching. I think my my my four year old. It's a little bit too sophisticated for her. Oh, okay. But my eight year old niece for sure. Holy be on board. And after that, I don't know if he's watching it. I'm not sure it would be taken out. But anyway, it was great. It's like, twelve episodes half hour episodes. Not even it's so cool. It's done in kind of like, a, you know, anime sort of style. I remember when I first saw the drawings of Shiro when they were just giving like what she the character would look like those Tuncay today. She's fucking buff. She's got broad shoulders must arms. She's eight feet tall. She wears shorts and boots that are flat. But you can actually like run and like people in I healed swinging your boobs around. Yeah. Like awkwardly could barely like like barely wielding. Sword giant jugs? She's amazing so cool in this new one like all the other women are like. Oh, you are pear shaped you are. You got awesome. Big powerful legs your eight feet tall. You're, you know, you're also half scorpion..

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"shira" Discussed on KPCC

KPCC

01:42 min | 2 years ago

"shira" Discussed on KPCC

"The times finds that. Even once it's leaders. Understood the problem they then sought to conceal it. Two of the reporters behind the story, Nick, compass ori- and Shira Frankel on what they found. It's Friday November sixteenth. Nick where does your reporting again? So for us it began in two thousand sixteen it's right after the presidential elections, and Mark Zuckerberg gets on stage and says personally, I think the idea that fake news on Facebook of which, you know, it's it's a very small amount of of of the content influence the election in any way. I think is pretty crazy idea and outside the company, I think reporters heard that and sat up and said what voters make decisions based on their lived experience. And it turns out when we started asking people within Facebook that internally Facebook executives were also released surprised there were people in his own company that heard him say that and realized that he himself didn't know what was happening within the company. And specifically what the Russians were doing? He was also walking into this kind of a buzzsaw because outside the company in Washington and in public now under fire critics say and allow. Fake news to spread on the platform, potentially witching millions of people unfairly influencing the presidential election were increasingly talking about the role of Facebook. How it shapes politics how Trump himself with Facebook. I have close to seven million or more than seven million people with Instagram. We have had won the election using social.

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"shira" Discussed on Pat Gray Unleashed

Pat Gray Unleashed

01:53 min | 3 years ago

"shira" Discussed on Pat Gray Unleashed

"Call sheets okay call shira too and if you have any other questions the court date made can't make just call put it on posit she just said she's also gonna call his skin head cup chief all that's all man i mean screw you i'm also going to call your skin head chief wow is that a little bit of racism leaking out there yeah who's the racist yeah she is i mean seriously if i plunge over in the chief of police in my town is black and the cops black i'm never even going to think to say oh yeah well i'm also going to call your black panther chief cop as well oh come on really bad right let's finish yourself is there more let's taps coordinates accord minister they'll work with you as far as scheduling another day for you okay man kevin questions for me any drops i love i love the cameras i love the fact that they have audio of these things that is amazing obviously you do get irritated when you get the ticket you're hoping even though you got pulled over all right maybe i can convince him to give me a a warning when you never moves rush that's i should do that a problem except then they'd vomit all over my lap it'd be it'd be nest think about your over fifteen yeah well no i'm one for fifteen o out of fifteen pulls over i was i got one morning one morning team yeah so you could have gotten right yeah you're right would've been over fifteen if you had flushed your moves yes okay oh question about it triple eight nine hundred thirty three ninety three.

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Oscars 2018: Stars voice support for immigrants

NPR News Now

04:40 min | 3 years ago

Oscars 2018: Stars voice support for immigrants

"Live from NPR News in Washington, I'm core of a Coleman, Italy held parliamentary elections on Sunday, Half of Italians voted for populist and Eurosceptic parties over moderates the big winners are the anti establishment five-star movement and the far-right league NPRs Sylvia Poggioli reports. Neither party has enough votes to govern alone. The big losers, the centre-left coalition, headed by the Democratic Party that's been in government for five years. It came in at less than twenty percent, its lowest showing ever. The economy had improved in recent years, but the Democrats paid the price of a still sluggish recovery and the influx of six hundred thousand migrants in the last four years. The single biggest vote-getter with thirty one percent was the upstart five-star movement created on an anti establishment, throw the bums out platform, the far-right League campaign with Vera ntly anti immigrant and sometimes racist slogans. Several analysts described the situation as ungovernable and it will be weeks before it's no. On whether the rival winners can form a viable government. So people Jolie NPR News, Rome, North Korean leader, Kim Jong Un has hosted a welcome dinner for South Korean diplomats and bears Illyes Hugh reports. This is part of a historic trip by special South Korean on boys to Pyongyang This marks the first time the reclusive North Korean leader has met with high level South Korean officials in person. The dinner began at four in the morning US eastern time following the arrival of South Korea's special delegation. The delegation includes the south spy chief and it's head of national security. They were sent by South Korean president Moon Jae in to help pave the way for talks between moon and Kim and discussed conditions that would make a dialogue between North Korea and the US possible. The diplomats are working against the clock in about a month annual military drills begin on the Korean peninsula. This usually heightens tensions and confrontations between Pyongyang and Washington elite few NPR News soul the United Nations. Cational Scientific and Cultural Organization says it has fired a well-known Guatemalan, human rights activist Maria Martin reports from Guatemala that the activist is accused of sexual harassment sixty five year old frankly Roux has been active in international human rights circles for decades as a labor and human rights attorney. He defended various members of the opposition during what a mullah civil war, including indigenous rights leader Radovan two He founded the Center for legal action for human rights in what a mullah which Rod genocide cases. Before international courts in two thousand four liberal receive a nominated for the Nobel Peace Prize. At the time of his firing, The rule was close to retiring us UNESCO subdirector for communications. He was let go by UNESCO after an investigation into a charge. He sexually harassed, another UNESCO employee For NPR News. I'm Rachel Martin And unthinkable. What the Mullahs You're listening to NPR News From Washington. This year's Academy Awards have been handed out for the best in films among the winners. The best picture honor went to the shape of water and its director. Guillermo del Toro was honoured as best director. The best actress was Frances McDormand Fort three billboards outside ebbing, Missouri. And best actor went to Gary Oldman four darkest hour. The MI-2 movement took center stage at the Oscars when actresses Ashley Judd Anabella Shira and Selma Hayek walked out to speak and peers. Eric Duggan's has more Judd shura. An Hayek are among the women who have accused Oscar-winning producer, Harvey Weinstein of sexual harassment and worse, forcing Hollywood defaced the issue. They stood together at the Oscars to introduce a pre-taped montage of interview and film clips. Highlighting the advantages of giving women LGBTQ people and people of color, a greater voice in major movies. The segment included observations from stars like the the Davis ever do Rene and comic Qamil non Johnny. Who noted films with different points of view help society, But the also make so much money. Hollywood should support them because it will make them rich. Eric Dagens NPR News teachers in West Virginia will remain off the job today. It's their eighth day out of the classroom as they protest over a wage. Increase the West Virginia, Governor and State House have supported a five percent pay increase the state Senate only adopted a four percent pay increase and teachers say they won't go back to classrooms without the higher offer. The teachers also say they want changes to their health care system which they say is flawed. I'm Korver Komen NPR News in Washington.

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"shira" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

02:03 min | 4 years ago

"shira" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"Shira thinking a little differently now about vitamin c i know i am dr pinkus with all of this emerging information that's out there why do you think we're not hearing more about the benefits of vitamin c it's not a sexy trend but vitamin c has survive the test of time it's been around it was discovered in the 1930s with vitamin c has over 100 thousands studies in fact one study in particular show that if you get on a good supplement like my supersede any stay on it the average life expectancy went up six years we'll who who should i mean is there a perfect candidate that you can described the hello and welcome to another edition of discoveries in hell i'm your host chris mckay dan i'm really glad you're with me today because today we're going to be talking about an issue that affects each and every one of us and that stress and believe it or not whether job stress financial stress family stress or even the little things that were told not to stress about any form of stress takes a serious physical toll on your body but all were because there is something you can do about your stress and joining me today on the phone is dr michael pinkus and dr pinkus is going to talk about stress and give us some great information on things that we can do to reduce or even eliminate the negative effects that daily stress has on our bodies for those of you that may not know dr pinkus he is a nationally recognized authority on natural and alternative health he's worked with top hollywood celebrities professional and olympic athletes and he continues to be involved in the latest research into today's top health concerns and dr pinkus thanks so much for being with us today they view have you so let's get right into this whole stress issue now stress is such a normal part of our daily routine these days but why should we all be concerned about it and more specifically what's going on in our bodies and one of the warning signs that we should be looking for well it other look at traffic on is what we call mental draft the other the other is how stress.

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"shira" Discussed on One A Game

One A Game

02:03 min | 4 years ago

"shira" Discussed on One A Game

"I grant you there has been something of an issue there but i've seen dramatic one game baseball playoffs i've seen dramatic great 'homeandaway soccer series determined by total goals and likewise best three out of five in best before at a seven playoff some great some awful i just don't think the format is the critical thing but maybe you're right i i mean i've always loved your imagination ido some other ideas like if one team goes up three nothing that team's leading scorer has to wear dress shoes the next game i at the end of this has occurred on a get serious competition you take the best people and young and you put law in front of the warehouse urged iran arison merger on exactly shira i understand that you have a certain baseball promotion on your mind i do it is the hourglass appreciation night it was suggested by the ogden raptors which is a utahbased minor league baseball team the idea behind it is the raptors wanted to remind fans that baseball needs no clock so how did they think the best way to do this was they thought they would bring in eighteen hour glass shaped color commentators have them be in the tv broadcast booth for the duration of the game on august xi and they would invite fans to take their pictures with these very shapely women the idea they said was to show off some of the best visual attractions of utah the nearby mountains and as the release says gorgeous women whose curves rival those of any pitching prospect of that the doesn't even make sense another only does a terribly those might makes you know you're absolutely right about that got paid the right yes that that that is part of the problem so of course that the social media backlash was swift and loud didn't take long for the team to scrap.

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