31 Burst results for "Therese"
"therese" Discussed on The One You Feed
"This gripping and hilarious ten episode series. Star steve martin martin short and selena gomez follow along as the trio employs obsession of true crime to investigate the truth as record a podcast of their own document. The case the three unravel secrets of the building that stretch back years perhaps even more explosive though are the lies they tell one another. Don't miss a moment of the star-studded murder mystery stream only murders in the building. August thirty first only on hulu do these mini episodes where i talk for four or five minutes about just thoughts. I have on different things. It's it's it's the usual. Let me turn this off now for for our listeners. But it's a. I'm kidding. Mostly but i did one on rumination and the idea was simply that sometimes. I can't think my way out of that situation. I simply just have to give my brain something else to focus on. And i think there are. I found some positive techniques for doing that One of the things i do is i call it the alphabet gratitude game where i have to go through the alphabet and think something. I'm grateful for for each letter and it. It's it's mainly the thinking of something for each letter. That's really helpful part because it it gets my brain something to hang onto but it's got the side benefit of me thinking about things that i think are positive. So but i'm i'm with you. One hundred percent on that inability. When i'm really stuck to think my way out of it in another analogy that i think is useful in that sense or another way to think of it is. It's sort of when people are fighting and once you get to a certain point of being angry there is nothing positive that is going to happen until you calm down. It just simply doesn't matter what you try and do it to a certain extent a matter of time and know no exposure to the thing. You're angry at before you're able to think in any kind of positive way right. Yeah no that's very true That's like a someone told me that. You never say anything important to your spouse before asking yourself if you're hungry angry lonelier tired in the twelfth step hall and and i've added one more is if you're in the car his i are worse argument side when or in the carcass of i'm very nervous. Nervous francie driver and so that's a that's a very good one. I've had a lot of really bad fights in the car too. So you wrote an article recently That was about things you wish people knew about depression and i was wondering if you could maybe share a few of those that if you if you could tell people about depression some things. You wish that everyone knew. I'm i wish people knew that you could be grateful and of at the same time you know i. I keep on hearing that. If you're grateful than you can't be depressed. And while i've i've read that research i disagree with it because i've physiologically depressed but grateful at the same time. I think it's incorrect to say that people who are depressed don't know what blessings they have in their life..
"therese" Discussed on The One You Feed
"I got carried away with that but when i got in high school i started drink and so went downhill fast with the drinking. I call liquor the quiet car in my brain when you're on amtrak and you're looking for the quiet car because everyone's on the quiet cart for me was liquor. It was the first time that i was able to relax in my own brain. And i still remember the feeling of being able to do that. But you know as an alcoholic stories that it took me Took me down. So i once i got sober. I started to really. I was in therapy in college. And she thought. I was depressed in. Wanted to put me on an antidepressant. And i was very opposed because my aunt. My godmother was bi polar and took her life. And i just remember being so scared that i was like her and so when she said you know. I think you're depressed. My defenses went up and it took about a year. A half For me to come around and to really acknowledge that and start the road to recovery so I was good for a while. Until i had my kids. And i think from what. I've read Childbirth can just do a real number on women's body as far as hormonally A of people who had depression prior to childbirth and up with bipolar disorder after childbirth. Not lot but some do and so. That's what happened to me. After i stop nursing my second child. I hit a bottom that The had been lower than anything i had ever done. And so i went from psychiatrists who psychiatrist seven and all ends One of them was a a very aggressive Guy who worked i and pharmaceuticals any just Give me a very dangerous combinations of of of medication and so i Basically full fell into my cereal one morning and was hospitalized and was hospitalized twice. Actually the last time was at johns hopkins and i met a wonderful physician who guided me from that point too. I think where. I wrote the book I had gone through a period. Where i can really tried. The alternative ways. Acupuncture tried to go off my medication and and ended up.
"therese" Discussed on The One You Feed
"Our guest today is therese borchert author of beyond blue and the pocket therapist she blogs for everyday health and is an associate editor and regular contributor to psych central. She writes about her own struggles with depression. Here's the show. Hi therese welcome to the show. Thanks so much for having me on. We are happy to have you on. You've done a lot of writing about depression. Which is something that we talk about on the show. A fair amount. You've yet a pretty popular blog on belief net for a long time. And you've got a book called beyond blue which. I really enjoyed so we will dive into a lot of that stuff. But let's start with the parable like we always do so. There is a grandfather who's talking with his grandson and he says in life there are two wolves inside of us that are always at battle one is a good wolf which represents things like kindness and bravery and love and the other is a bad wolf which represents things like greed and hatred and fear and the grandson stops. He thinks about it for second and he looks up at his grandfather and he says grandfather will which one wins and the grandfather says the one you feed. So i'd like to start off by asking you what that parable means to you in your life and in the work that you do well let me say i. I love that parable. The first time. I heard it was about four years ago at church. Ironically the sermons usually aren't that good but this one it made an impact on me. And i've remembered that and i had that in the back of my mind as i go forth with trying to find ways of living around what i call my treatment resistant depression. I think you you always have to be cognizant of those two wolves because when you are trying so hard to feed one you don't realize how sneaky the other as and before you know it you're feeding the wrong wolf and you back to where started so so having in mind those two..
"therese" Discussed on The One You Feed
"In case you're just recently joining us or however long you've been a listener of the show. You may not realize that. We have over seven years of incredible episodes in our archive. We've had so many wonderful guests that we've decided to hand pick one of our favorites. That may be new to you but if not it definitely is worth another lesson. We hope you'll enjoy this episode with therese borchert. It's funny. Because i met my husband and told him it was going to be five years before we slept together and it was like the second night. Welcome to the one you feed. Throughout time. great thinkers have recognized the importance of the thoughts. We have quotes like garbage in garbage out or you are what you think. Ring true and yet for many of us are thoughts. Don't strengthen or empower us. We tend toward negatively self-pity jealousy or fear. We'll see what we don't have instead of what we do. We think things that hold us back and damp and our spirit but it's not just about thinking our actions matter. It takes conscious consistent and creative effort to make life worth living. This podcast is about how other people keep themselves moving in the right direction. How they feed their good wolf.
"therese" Discussed on MinddogTV Your Mind's Best Friend
"Clinical supervisor at yeshiva university and patient diversity in new york and we'll be teaching a graduate course. Nyu's post doctoral program in the next academic year in her new book. How are you connection. In a virtual age a therapist up a a pandemic and stories about coping with life. Dr rosenblatt vides vignettes. Chronicling how her pace patients have been handling the pandemic and all virtual therapy and dealing with loss and loneliness relationships with partners parents and children work life balance all that kind of stuff challenges with substance abuse and reentry anxiety. Ladies and gentlemen please open ears open your minds and helped me walkman that the therese rosenblatt to the mind dog tv. Podcast that rosenblatt welcome. Thank you very much for having me. I'm happy to be here. It's my pleasure to have you here. Because i need a good therapist I i'm not sure Be the pandemic is responsible for how i'm doing. I'm doing. I'm not i'm not well. I'm not a well man. A lot of stress lot of anxiety. But i think there was a lot of that pre pan-demic and as a as i said i think in in some ways if i if not for the pandemic things would be a lot a lot uglier than they are right now. In society i know people are experiencing great stress and anxiety and all that kind of stuff and i am too but i think it would have been even worse Had it not been for the pandemic Thinking a lot of ways being isolated Might have saved us from killing ourselves. Just your your take on my my position from a professional perspective. I think it's very interesting. Take and start by saying that. You're maybe i don't know about the political part or you know the cultural part will i'll get to that but in terms of the more personal part that if you know god forbid you haven't lost a loved one or lost your income. I think a lot of people. And i'm going to include myself in that have actually benefited greatly from the pandemic. And everybody who tells me that they have and again new include myself you know is always when they say it. They're a little apologetic. They think they're the only ones they think. It's a little weird but many people including myself have founded to be an opportunity to push the pause button to reset to reevaluate values and lifestyle choices to do things differently in ways that you know when your life is. Just.
"therese" Discussed on The Toxin Terminator
"therese" Discussed on Mt. Rushmore Podcast
"Is over. So what is your final one. Richard again with the sports metaphor. I know you're mr sports. A lease commoditised pool sport could be fitted be are less choice is win. Parents screed an instagram or facebook or whatever account for their two month old kid And then start post. Use that as the vehicle to post all of the photos and videos and everything else that they taking their kids. Yeah i really appreciate it because it kind of allows me to segment that part of them away from everything else right like they like if i wanna follow my friend. But i don't necessarily wanna see eight thousand kid photos. I can just not follow their kid at the same time also means that probably they send a friend request from two older may turn so. I had soared. I would love to combine this choice and bethany last choice and see if the baby was like saying guys things are kind of shitty today has really disappointing news dropped drop beat drp pinkie already use your positive energy but what the fuck is going on with this baby. I was also going to say when the two year olds. Follow me on instagram. Don't like my clothes shade. i. I do wonder if baby hasn't instagram All their own should be the only ones taking the photos so they should all be terrible blurry and discovered shit just like these awful things black the black photo because it just just reel off like it's photo of the c. league. It's another picture of half of. I do like the idea that kid will inherit that instagram and half to maintain through their maturity. So that the earliest posts your little wiener sitting in the bathtub sucking on a wash record. I think i might delete that one. Oh gosh guys well. The good news is guys the down a whole peg other. We take that baby. Oh my god. Oh my god a real life. Oh god what's going to happen if we meet these babies in real life guys. They're going to beat us up. I want to say how excited i am. That michael and richard you finally got a point finally got a point against the visitor and it was the pair to use kids as props for fantasy shoots. I think that's definitely a connecting the Obviously the failure at life that made the person decide to just Resort parenting as their way to accomplish something. Because that's how it goes. It's like if you if you can't do anything with your life you make another life and you. Let's start over that sarcasm in case you didn't hear the tone of my voice but you got a point and bethany gets the very evocative image of end gettys and georgia o'keefe sharing a santa fe apartment and just painting vaginas and seeing vaginas in all in everything they do and stunt babies wrestling stunt babies which is Got to be a show and let's just go with how of very very really understand what you're talking about when you talk about the mystical qualities of babies. They feel like so close to the source like their these universal travelers who just kind of their their the newest thing and then the oldest thing at the same time so that was awesome. Bethany would you remind the listeners where they can find you out on social. I'll be on instagram. It's bethany dude. It s. t. h. a. n. y. Dear day e like it's needed. Do you ever vague vague book. You like guys could just really use your positive energy today or anything like that. Is that something that happens you. What do you ever do you ever act like act like go ahead. Repeat what you just said. I didn't hear who said eight because well. That's our sponsor this week the Glendale vape supply company. It's actually all glendale the Do you ever do any vague booking on social media where you insinuate where you act like the incident infantile people that you've Appointed out on social media or insinuate that you could use thoughts and prayers or goodbyes. Some people dot dot dot is my favorite. I just all. I do on social media. It's post pictures of roast beef sandwiches. Which is ironic. Because i've been a vegetarian michael one. Well that's interesting. I think with the roast beef. You in a georgia o'keefe and these different types of roast beef china. I i love it you. You're a performer. But i've never seen you do the thing that i kind of like a scoff at his when performer. Say gotta gotta important callback for this. Tv commercial could really use your prayers. Like like god answers the prayers that you get a hemorrhoids commercial. Like i had a friend who for an entire year hosted like this just woke up on the way to the gym at the gym. Just get done having a smoothie. Jig just got to the occasion semi good. Look back to the jim. just take over. Our i would love of his exposes not gonna lie. I'm deathly afraid of being abducted. That's why workout so much headline location at all times of lots. Actually well. This has been a blast. Thank you so much. Bethany therese for being on the mount rushmore of babies on instagram. We appreciate it as this is been. Our show is always. I'm richard i'm michael..
"therese" Discussed on Coaching for Leaders
"Has come out in a significant way. It's so true. I i had an experience where i was giving a. It was a male professor. I was giving him feedback and and i He wasn't someone who worked for me but he was someone who had specifically asked me to give him feedback on his teaching. And i'm i decided to ask this somewhat risky question dave and that was i had noticed that he seemed very shy and i was wondering if he thought that was an obstacle in his work as a professor and so did the did the risky thing and i raised it and i asked him. You know i. i've noticed. That seem a little shy is is that. Is that ever a problem for you in your teaching and he started to cry because he was worried that this was a problem in his teaching and the fact that he could finally talk about it with someone because he wasn't sure how students perceived him but he couldn't get over his shyness and it was quite a moment because we were then able to have a much deeper conversation about how he could let students know like. I'm shy and it doesn't mean that. I don't wanna talk to you. It's just that's who i am and in it. It was very empowering because he was a tenured professor he he'd been teaching for years but no one had had the courage to have that conversation with him so led to a great release but it also allowed us to be more productive about generating strategies for an issue that he thought was unmentionable. Mr rogers the great late. Mr rogers had has a wonderful quote about anything. That's human is mentionable and anything th that's mentionable becomes more manageable and i love that if we can mention it than it makes it okay for the other person to talk about it. You know. it doesn't mean we have to go and get degrees in therapy right. We can just allow that moment to be there. And i'm i'm it's okay it. It's it's okay that you're having those strong feelings strong emotions and then take a breath and let the person work through it and then you can continue and that person will feel chances are much closer to you and a more grateful for us a manager that you will allow them to be human. I want to mention another population as well. Two of those employees who are black indigenous people of color were. We haven't talked much about that in this conversation and the reason for that is there's just not as much research unfortunately on that employ population. I'm hopefully that will be different as time goes forward here but there is some research and one of the things that you mention is that Evidently when we're giving feedback to someone according to Evidently when we are giving feedback to someone who's in the majority in our workplace we praise their skill and competency. But we're we're when we giving feedback to someone whose face stands out. We spout vague pronouncements. About how nice. They are to be around. Tell me about that. how does that show up. It's so disturbing when you hear it right so there as you noted there's not as much research there's a lot more research on gender bias and feedback but now there are a couple of studies that have shown the pattern that you just described and that is when we're giving feedback to people who were in the majority in some studies. That's just been white employees. Some studies for instance in medicine. That's white employees as well as asian americans when we're giving feedback to people who are in the majority. We tend to focus on their competency. And there's a great study. Out of uc san francisco where they found that white and asian american Medical students when they were working in clinics they tended to get comments in their evaluations. About how knowledgeable. How thorough and sophisticated. They were great things to have when you're then applying for your next job however the groups that were in the minority and in this case those were the black medical students and the latino x. medical students as well as just a handful of native american medical students. What they found is that in there Performance reviews in the clinics. The the words that stood out that we're used distinctively for those groups to sprays for this day. There were words like nice pleasant open. And i'm not saying that it's bad to be called pleasant and open i. I would enjoy that. I hope people say about me. But if you're trying to decide which person to hire for your hospital do you want the person who's knowledgeable and sophisticated or the person who's pleasant and open. It's it's no brainer right. Obviously were much more interested in the person who's developing and showing all that competency and so we have to be really careful and pay attention to the adjectives. The praise that we use we probably think. Oh my biased. Won't show up in my praise but it does and this is something we really need to look for. There's so much more here. We could dive for our stories. I so appreciate your work. I'm glad that you are challenging us to think about giving feedback and framing feedback and challenging us to think about bias inclusion here and how we do it so the book is called. Let's talk make effective feedback your superpower by the way we've only we've only covered about ten or fifteen pages. There's so much more in the book and all areas of feedback. So i hope that you'll check it out and dive in an outpost. Of course my notes. As i always do from interview for those. Who'd like to dive and more on a few of the quotes and the research that therese's mentioned therese before i let you go. You know you've really been doing such a deep dive on this over the last year or two as you've been researching the book and writing as you have done that and taken on this project. What have you changed your mind on. It actually comes back to something. We discussed at the very beginning about unconscious bias. And the the one thing. I've definitely changed mine on his how easy it is for bias to show up in our communications i i had an experience. I was giving a talk at a major tech company. A couple of years ago already worked on this book and looking at at at gender bias and feedback and that was the talk i was giving was giving a talk about gender bias and feedback and easily ninety percent of the people in the room. Were under the age of forty five. Because it's was a company and you have so many people in their thirties and early forties and tech companies. And i put up a slide at one point that had a a white male manager giving feedback or talking to you could tell he had the The power rule to someone who is a young asian american female. And that's just a picture in the end. The thing that i said about this slide dave is. I said something like so typical supervisor. Employees dynamic where you have the white male and if you're going to a an under represented female You're likely to have a white male manager. And that. I made a joke and i said but your manager probably wouldn't be that old.
NBA Draft Rumor Mill
"Two thousand and twenty. Nba draft rumors whether those trade rumors talking about where we're hearing particular players going. We've talked about all the big names already. We've talked about hard and we talked about chris. Paul we've talked about dennis schroder. We've talked about russell westbrook. We talked about minnesota. We talked about golden state. We talked about charlotte. The bulls are sitting there at four. And it's been really interesting. Dinnie obvious name's been floated about. I've heard from multiple sources that that is sheer speculation because of their general manager. Who's an international guy. And what he did in. Denver has nothing to actually do connected with this pick. La bella ball could be there for chicago. Which would be very interesting in the back court that they currently have there. And i've heard a lot of therese albert. I'm here as well as a culture guy and one of the big things that chicago is focusing on his culture right. Now who do you see taking at ford. They have a guy. I applaud the bulls because they have really done a good job of not telegraphing. What they're doing you know they've been connected to a lot of these guys. They've done an above average job. Relative to when teams are leaky of keeping this close to the best And so it's who they end up with. I think if ball is there he makes tons of sense. That's a nice fit with you guys have and the need for a passer and the fact that there are other scorers on the roster where he's not gonna act like be the only guy who's creating anything that's a pretty nice fit so we'll see if he's there we dug into lamelo earlier so i'm not gonna harp on that fit but let's say he's not there and i think allah is a real option. I agree that some of it is the speculation but he does kinda fit their roster as well and i've heard again obi topping. Who's come up for them. A anthony grants Coach dayton was on billy donovan staff previously thunder. So they're obviously going to be well informed about top into. There's some thought that billy donovan can have some input on what they do here. But it's hard to know exactly what his type of player is is. In oklahoma city you had prestige san prestige Decisions with burst now. So how burton has come up another dark horse. I think for that spot. And i'm still not entirely sure what to make of this but it's patrick williams who i know there's at least some degree real interest there. Would they take him at four. It wouldn't be like totally crazy. At this point. It would be high for him. But i mean maybe that's their secret. They have their sleeve It's really tough for me to predict too but right now my guess would be that if there is no ball. I still lean audio. But i don't think it's like a foregone conclusion. I think people are trying to figure chicago right now. Let's talk about patrick williams because it seems to be a foregone conclusion that everybody thinks detroit's taking him it's of and so now the question is will even be there at seven which you know a few weeks ago probably would have been seen as madness. But i've heard talk that. Atlanta is interested in him. I've heard talk. That cleveland is now interested in him. The most of the talking. Cleveland centers around obi top in and dinnie omnia there. And now you're mentioning chicago at four with patrick williams heck widen on the warriors taking to. Is you know patrick williams is. This is the next upside guy right like after you talk about ball edwards and weisman. I think mini scouts see him the next guy he only averaged nine points a game at florida state but that he has this big big ceiling right that he could that he could fit into as a team. Just as a prospect. Is it possible. He's getting over hyped at this point. Do you really see him. As a player that has the next highest ceiling in this draft after ball edwards. In wiseman i have to admit like. I'm not all the way there with him. I have had him graded as a lottery. Guy for a long time towards the end the college season i was like that guy is gonna go ten to twelve. And that's where i had him now. Yeah i didn't expect this type of leap. I guess we might have predicted it because team sent to be a little bit predictable this time of year. You know the the upside guy always the guy. It's without quite john right now but yeah. I think he's very much an idea. And it's worth re-emphasizing that you know. His his body obviously is really promising in terms of how it will hold up defensively. He's going to be versatile. On that end he will have to get a little bit more agile laterally but his is. The value so young is really helpful. Obviously a big factor. You know being the youngest college player in this draft so between that and then you see flashes were really had a pull up jumper. He's did pretty well from the line. I think there's a pretty good chance. He's an above average three point shooter in now you're talking about well. Hey maybe this is a floor spacing combo forward. You can check out. He'll buck shots. He will play good team. Defense and be switchable. That's a pretty in this draft especially when we're like how do we find like even just like a high level player that case is pretty egypt's let's let's say we take that case for. I mean that's a pretty comparable high and dry or if not better. So i see it what i do it at four. I don't know but i understand why this is happening. And i think there teams that you might wanna come up and get him. And that's probably what the pushing them up. The board as well wants wants everybody found out. Detroit was the floor. Change the conversation. It really does. and there. Is this weird psychological dynamic in the draft. That i love it every year. You know jeremy because this thing takes hold oh you like him at seven now. Maybe we at six like there. Is this conversation that starts to happen with these with these boards. And so you know there's so much data and there's so much scouting that's put into this. But the psychology of the draft is the most fascinating fascinating
Hiker whose heart stopped after Mt. Rainier rescue recovers
"Fistfights and fires in the nation's capital. I'm pam who so fox news supporters of president trump gathered by the thousands in washington dc. They cheered and chanted yesterday and things were mostly peaceful until it got dark counter protesters throwing fireworks clashing with those rallying for the president throughout dc streets from fistfights to all out brawl overall. There were twenty arrests. according to the mayor's office and at least seven guns were recovered. One man was stabbed. He is expected to be all right. Fox's lauren blanchard in washington to police officers were said to be heard. At least twenty arrests were made president elect. Joe biden is putting together his cabinet and could make some announcements in the coming days. This as president trump's legal team continues. Its push to overturn the election results. I am working on the massive aspect of of system wide election fraud. 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Because we want to hear from you anytime on the show but if you're interested in some of the particular cool into tomorrow hot summer into the fall giveaway items then you need to call now last chance this weekend. Participate that way. Some tech news and commentary. And then we'll get back to your many award winning prize winning calls it's official. The moon is getting a four g lte network. Why does the moon native four g. Lt eanet well therese it's Twenty two thousand eight goal to build a lunar base and eventually sustaining human presence. On the moon nasa has awarded three hundred seventy million dollars to over a dozen companies to deploy technology on the lunar surface while those technologies of course include four g nasa says four g could provide more reliable longer distance communication than the current radio standards that are in place on the moon like the earth like on earth the four g network will eventually be upgraded to five g. Now i wonder if it'll be considered local calling from the moon to your family. Maybe you know if an astronaut on the moon working there on the on moonbase wants to call home unlike not will it be a local call. It's four g network. Maybe probably not probably not a four. G will probably work better on the moon than it does here. It won't have any trees buildings
"therese" Discussed on The New School with Christine Hong
"Guest today. Totally resonated with me. When dr theresa may scotto was little she wants be a doctor or the first female president well near those goals worked out exactly but to say that teresa's definitely found her calling once she realised psychology was the thing and as she could talk people for a living. There was no turning back in this brilliant conversation therese breaks exactly how to become a licensed clinical psychologist the qualities that make for an excellent therapist. Ny self care is crucial. Series is a total pioneer. She was doing therapy long before anyone else and she built her instagram falling at a time. When a hardly any mental health professionals were on social media she shares how she learned to face the fear of being on the cutting edge and trust her intuition. And just knowing. You're gonna love this conversation with her really curious. Actually what did you want to be when you were growing up. I was like your very typical filipino. Daughter i totally thought. I wanted to be a doctor growing up. I know. it's a such a shocker. When i went to school. I was up until all the way through university. I thought i was pre med. And then things kind of change there. And i took a different path but for most of my life i thought i wanted to be a doctor or the first female president of the united states so i had no ambition. I totally relate. Anti really not politics is like the worst thing ever in this day and age. People just here your part on of what i learned. I went to a pretty politically involved. school uc berkeley. And as i got involved in politics they're basically. I just found that. I didn't think it was my lane for making a difference in the world and i knew i wanted to make a big difference but i thought i would do it in a different way so you knew you want to make a big difference on the world. And i. you wanted to be a doctor soho jew and planning on psychology. So when i was at berkeley i was taking all sorts of classes to fulfill my undergrad. The i took a psycho one class. And i was just loving the material. I just loved learning everything about human behavior in the human minds and you know growing up in the culture. I did as a filipino. American and southern california dino. Mental health is not really part of the everyday conversation that we grew up with and so i had no idea at all that there was a whole field of mental health. And that therapy was was this amazing life-giving thing so i really encountered it and learned about it in that course and i remember having this moment of lake. Wait hold on a second. You're telling me that. I could make a living talking to people all day like i'm sold like that's my dream job. So shortly thereafter. I switched up. My major went from pre med to psychology and mass communications and it was psychology. Ever since. wow okay. that's awesome yeah. I'm trying to think..
"therese" Discussed on Published...Or Not
"Oh, can I have a look at that one place and I started just pulling things out of my handbag to see how much she could fit inside it will. I'm like I am GonNA spend two and a half grand on this thing on H. Mike Sharpe. A giant top of baby want to. Dainty little handbag unfortunately, not gonNA fly when you have to try to work. Absolutely the The rioting was estimating you give the stock of physical Accounta- and written soared dramatically, and then you finish with a comment that was oh full of Doc Huma and you that just a position between rotting I, thought was fantastic very good. Rashi and it will so wonder about the human condition. So, that's why you doing philosophy is will yes. I did a philosophy grade on I got to the end and our sock well on nothing Philosophy is a fantastic bomb to the kind of bullshit self-help. Being that happens that people spend a lot of psychological skills and I. I found philosophy to to answer a lot more of the questions. I had the where really existential and I think that is woven into the book I am I. In hindsight I think because I was writing so heavily about trauma I wasn't able to fully delve into more philosophical aspects, but I think if I were a second book I would like to do that I. kind of this book is called six. The second part is called love and you right about what you did. You're looking for kindness and I'm interested in desire, and if first real boyfriend taught, did you find? find kindness interest in desire within I think when I write that chapter about todd. I remember this piece of advice that my friend gave me oftentimes I think it's really easy to mix the abuse and the law into one kind of swelling pot, and to not separate them and see them differently, and that was what I had to unpack when I wrote that story. That was a very abusive relationship. There was also loved there as well to his quite a complex thing, but it's it's not a relationship dynamics. I'm interested in being in now, but I feel like this. The reason why you end up with an abuse and it's not because you over. The head obsessed dinner with them. This is loved as well. To ask Rita to raise read a from her book. Come Hedge, fifty three, and in this raider explains just the todd men. She likes a light pretty boys. I like my man rough around the edges, I like knives that have been broken and chested I like calloused hands on i. like them to smell like off. Shape and cousins. Imperial I like slightly crooked I. Like Flannel shirts smell in. And didn't another part of the book. This is a quote. Handy. Dropping weakness is elastic sided Ram Williams boots in interacting. Suck. We had I had six second part. Love and the third part is did..
"therese" Discussed on Published...Or Not
"Yeah, I mean I think it's definitely an industry. It's a it's a profession and the Elvis professional wild, and it calms light bus guest. Definitely an industry become also a path of sexual connotations. Has that meaning of coming towards someone and I don't want to talk Abacha going towards a client, but towards the community that you really felt relaxed in, and that was the first job is topless waitressing yahoo it. Different Meanings in. Obviously, it's plotted salacious title Bain Plot business-minded festinger I want someone to pick it up and then from then on I, want people to engage with that title in a way when thinking about what else it means, that is about coming and going through life. Death log relationships is about coming into yourself. It's about. Kind of the process, and the transcendence of growing older and shutting off licence, figuring out who you are. Certainly! Got A lot more knowledge I know lots more things about full service. Work Brand Xiao's cream pies. Yes! Kind of Six work is often linked with drugs. And you sit me came along with that between from your eighteen years to twenty first you went from Red Bull and cigarettes to cocaine Molly's joints, jungle, juice, dixies, Caulkins, and you mentioned I before but I never heard that there was a crystal meth anonymous. Yeah, there's all sorts of different sobriety groups and. It is wanted to take away from the book that I did write about drugs in a way that I felt was not to tarnish them. Say They are inherently a bad thing or an evil thing because I don't believe that and I do think there's a huge amount of stigma that drug users face and That's fed on. That said I was using a lot of drugs and stuff and. And doing them in a way to escape a lot of the anxiety, and the pain that I was in, it's not cohesive to where I'm at now in my life, but that doesn't mean that I think drunk uses of ad or drugs that and that's what I tried to run about in my book to highlight the very funny and enjoyable and fantastic moments that happened when I was high because. It wasn't fun. We would endure them. Are you also rod up the kind of stakes that you like this? You fantasize about magical, lesbian, transcendental and other worldly six and it that sounds like a topic for pornography, but you also explain how difficult it is to. Make pornography. Yes. Tens out being history can. Enduring Porn is probably not a great combination. Nine that at eighteen, on understood why I was so freaked out when I went on, but it's probably pretty funny. In hindsight, maybe there's an maybe there's A. subcategory. Undiagnosed autistic women in. Struggling to make. You gave us a whole chapter on whole beauty how to shave EP began how to.
"therese" Discussed on Published...Or Not
"Which is the beauty of what you've done site? We have tenant Haka charged with getting this bird back to the military base, but this military group seemed to be a very vague amorphous group, and she doesn't quite get the bird to the military leaders as such, but she does deliver it to a depth. And here we get into pot four. where she finds a form of redemption, would that be correct, other guys, firesides redemption, but she does start to realize the extent of the what she's done in who she's become say that she's not always behave in the rottweiler. Even though she believed she has in the past. I wanted to be a really barley. Greg character unlikeable been but interesting, and so I didn't think she deserved a really proper redemption octagon, the Boop her actions warranted that but I wanted what happened to it..
"therese" Discussed on Published...Or Not
"This is a three CR podcast and this is published or not. There are. Tiles that relate moral ethical concerns rubbing on it has tapped into genre with these latest work. The Rhine Herron Sarobi three. Thank you David. Thanks for having me. The rainbow is a mythical legendary creature. As they exit testifies suddenly the Birds Spritz into a cloud of fiber which floated towards the glass as it approached, the boy leaned, ding his nose inches from the glass. Just before it meant the barrier, the viper slowly reformed into the bird in a watery construction. I'd never seen in such detail and landed on a mound of dirt, a meteoroid two from the edge of the enclosure. It copped its head and fix the boy with a curious stay. What ease the Ryan Heron. And what does it represent? The rang herring is a mythical creature off completely made up for this book, and it's kind of a titanic animal that control weather, particularly storms and rain and floods, and in a world of this novel, a lot of people believe that it has something to do with humanity, and whether or not real a wish, the they prior to it and I wish that it could help them, but as the book goes on, we realized while this is completely fantastic. Who Creature it really doesn't care about it on the existing order to Konovalov. Also sort of represents the environment in some ways, if we look at it in an allegorical level, yes, very environmental animal in does contain things like that. When I was writing, I, wanted to make sure that it could work. Is that Allegri in as that kind of calm into that nature, but also that it's an animal lidove itself. It's not just stunning to further story. I wanted to feel like a tangible creature. Yes, it has qualities of a creature. It's vengeful and violent at times, but also magical, but you begin the story. It's PA out almost like a prologue that almost taps into a sort of Chinese fable type feel about it, which is totally mythical and that sets us up this latest pot one way we make returns who is trying to live in isolation as they has been a military coup of sorts somewhere in the background. But? She is challenged with the prospect of trying to survive. And she ends up being tortured. What is happening to her? While she's flayed from coat at in this country is on nine country, and she's just trying to leave out in the mountains by trading and hunting, and really just wants to be left alone..
Personal assistant charged in dismembered tech CEO's killing
"And arrested a gruesome crime that shaken New Yorkers. Police say. A former personal assistant of tech CEO a team Soleil was arrested Friday for his murder. Accused killer Therese Hospital allegedly owed the victim thousands of dollars. NYPD chief Rodney Harrison says Sully was Capt. Captain decapitated and dismembered Monday in his lower Manhattan apartment. His remains were found by his cousin. A day later, Mr Salih was assaulted. Hi, Mr Haskel. What appears to be a conductive energy weapon better known as a Taser while exiting an elevator. Into his apartment
Convicted killer of woman on Fort Myers Beach back in Minnesota on another murder charge
"Woman who pleaded guilty to shooting and killing a woman in Florida so she could assume her identity. Has been returned to Minnesota to face charges she killed her husband in 2018. Lois Therese got life for killing the woman in Fort Myers, Florida Pamela Hutchinson, a
BlackLine and LOOMIA
"You, for the kind introduction and I was so excited to speak with theresa and Fatty Day, because evolve have big. Businesses and I find that sells is something that can be really hard to hire for and really hard to learn. A lot of my background is on the product side so. We can make prototypes. We can get things out there. We can handle inbound, but when it comes to having a really strong smell strategy including hiring a sales voice. Something! That's been been tricky over time, so I wanted to have this conversation to get as much advice as possible about how you went about finding your sales hires what you looked for any challenges you had along the way. I love it awesome. This is my favorite kind of conversation so many ideas Matt. Let me ask you a question, so maybe can you describe it in like a minute so that we can maybe give you also some specific advice in your case, so how many? How many customers you have today, what is the enterprise sales cycle? Look like how long did it take? What's the average customer take? Do you have any sales reps like? Can you paint a little bit of the picture? Because maybe then we could actually give you some specific like actionable things out of this. So our team is very small and we're four people and we just brought on. To people went to help kind of conscious and sales. I'm in another person to help execute in sales, but there's not somebody who's full. We wanted to kind of test and see. What we liked to get a handle of this situation, we have about six customers or so are we generally sell to large businesses, and especially, because the product that we make is very hardware focused. It was really around the beginning of last year we were able to get to market in a meaningful way when we were able to have samples were like this. Versus like imagine what you could get. Rich is a really different process to last year. We say on a few fortune one thousand companies. This year we're hoping to bring out a few more, but as he mentioned as. Her and I do most of the sales calls, and at some point for these really high attached cells processes. It really doesn't scalp very well, so I think that in the past we felt a little burnt by certain sales hires, and so we're trying to think okay. How do we re strategize everything about this differently? In order to be able to hire better, and because I think for the company to grab, we definitely have to have to have someone. Well. Let's turn to our expert Therese, Tucker. What's your advice to Mattie? Mattie I like you don't come from a sales background. And I definitely made plenty of mistakes in the early days and I have to tell you that the first really capable sales leader that I hired made the difference between the company succeeding and failing okay, but before I found him I definitely went through a number of. Different attempts at trying to find the right people, and it's difficult, because people that are in sales can talk a good game right just about all of them, and that may or may not translate in terms of. Performance now with that you have to think about the kind of sales culture that you want I did not want a sales culture like some of the other software companies that I've worked at you know there are certain software companies that have reputations for people, basically just brawlers. They grabbed the prospect, and they throw them on the ground and stomp on them until they get a deal I've had a few of those okay again. That's not something that necessarily comes through in an interview, because everybody's on their best behavior in an interview, so you're GONNA WANNA. Look for proven success. You're going to want to look for culture alignment in terms of the culture that you're setting for your company. For your early sales. People I would suggest that you do options. A really good salesperson can work anywhere I mean they really, can't they? They've got all the options in the world right I mean in. Actual you know they can go anywhere. And so why would they come to a small company that may or may not succeed in a new market. So, what is the carrot to get somebody WHO's really good? And, typically that would be stock options that gives them tremendous upside.
Fred and Rose West: A Murderous Relationship
"Frederick Water West. I'm rose Marie Pauline West Fred and rose where the Jew of serial killers answer rapist. Who killed at least a dozen young British girls included several of their own daughters. Fred was born in a small town of much marcle in Hertfordshire. He was the second of six children by Fred's own. Admission Sexual Abuse. Various kinds will come in the house owed. Fred claimed his father had sexual relationships with his daughters and taught him about bestiality. He was also suspected. That Fred's mother started sexually abusing him when he was twelve though. Fred never admitted this and his never been confirmed when Fred was physically punished for doing badly in school. He showed aptitude woodworking artwork. His mother was a piece and often dress. Unattractively often went to the score in person to yell at the teachers doing so fred left school at the age of fifteen and was almost illiterate. The only job he was a farmhand at sixteen he became more attracted to girls and at the age of seventeen. He was in a motorcycle accident that put him in a coma for a week. This led to a metal plate being inserted into ahead after breaking one of his legs. It was permanently shorter than the other. He was subject to buy temper and often have violent bursts of anger even two years after the accident. Fred hurt his head yet again when he stuck his hand up girl's skirts and she pushed him down a forest. The agent nine thousand nine. He was convicted of molesting a thirteen year. Old Girl though he didn't serve any jail time at the time because his doctor said he suffered from epileptic fits. After this he went to live with his sister was by the rest of his family. Fred got work on the construction site but was fired for stealing from his workplace. At the age of twenty one is family. Let back into their lives and he moved back to much marcle. He resumed a romantic relationship. With an ex girlfriend Catherine Rena Costello who had been a petty thief when they first dated and she moved onto prostitution. Rini was already pregnant with the chart of Pakistani mine. They married Captain Chart to explain why the baby was half Asian. Friday meaner read to the parent to say that the baby died in childbirth chart. Code-named Charmaine Carol was adopted. They married in November a move to Scotland together. The couple had a child that owning July nineteen sixty four court. Ameri joining this time. Fred worked as an ice cream truck driver. The gave him plenty of access to available young women in the area. The life in Scotland came to an end when Fred accidentally run over a four year old boy with his truck. They Saxton wasn't deemed Fred's fault and after which Fr move with his family as well as ice McNeil who was their nanny. Anon macphail. A friend of Costello backed gosh very good job in a slaughterhouse. Shortly afterwards Murray filed an Costello went back to Scotland coming back in July nineteen sixty six for daughter only to discover their Freddie started a relationship with macphail in nineteen sixty seven. It fell became pregnant when French todd and tried to get him to divorce. Kosta Fred killed and dismembered and buried. Her Costello finally left read a few months later. Leave in that children with him. Fred is suspected of killed again in January. Sixty eight when fifteen rosemary. Boston disappeared from of bustle. After the death of his mother in February Fred Start committed a lot of petty thefts and change jobs after joining stint as a bakery truck driver. He met his future wife and accomplice rose. Rosemary was born rose me. Let's in Devon England nineteen fifty three. The house out was trumpeted abusive father. Bill was constantly disciplining UH siblings and a mother of a daisy become pregnant with Rosemary and she'd received electroconvulsive therapy as treatment for severe depression growing up. Rosemary was sexually abused by father. She wasn't very bright overweight and she was often teased. I'm responded by TAC nobles aggressively when she was just a teenager. She became more sexually active and was called getting to bed. Whatever younger brothers and sexually abusing him. A father preventive from data boys ver- own age though she did she relationships with overman where she lived. One of these men took advantage of rape them when rose was fifteen another finally had enough abuse and two rows and moved in with one of our daughters and her husband. Rose started spending more time with male companions later that same year. Rosemary moved back with her father not long after there. She met Fred last. P. Was twelve years her senior. Father objected to fred seeing her. Fred had done several stints in jail for theft and he fade failed to pay his fines of other previous offenses around. This time rose became pregnant with his child could have their. She also took care of his children. Rose treated her stepdaughters badly. In the summer of Nineteen seventy-one Rosemary. Snaps and killed Chaumet. She severed the bodies fingers and toes. I'm Fred Barrett under the kitchen floor in August. One Thousand Nine hundred seventy one costello disappeared when she came looking for Charlemagne because body was found to have its fingers and toes cuts off. When it was discovered Fred as a result was suspected of being the killer Fred and Rosemary on January twenty nine nine thousand nine hundred seventy two. Fred encourage rose to have sex with other men who for money and fun and the Often Watch. He took pictures and post them in magazines and ads for prostitution. In June seventy two he had never daughter Mae West at this time. Gt expanded family and roses business. They moved to twenty five Cromwell street where they can carry out their rapes and murders rose still working as a prostitute from our home had rooms fitted with people's for Fred to us and he hung a red light outside to tell the children not to enter. Rose gave birth to hover children over the next few years seven in Tokyo with three of them fathered by Fred in October. Seventy-two Fred and rose hired a young woman named Catherine Owens. To work for them is a ninety for that children. They made sexual advances on her and she declined every time. When nine December they both unsuccessfully tried to seduce her and how it a captive overnight Fred Fratton to let some of his friends have her killed her. She complied the next day. They released A. She went to the police though. She pressed charges. Fred was able to convince the court was forced. Had Been Consensual. He rose would just find for the INDECENT ASSAULT OVER NEXT SIX YEARS. They killed at least eight. Women made their way to twenty five Cromwell street as even lodges or employees the I was Lynda Gough. She was the seem stress to the WES. Cow Keeper had disappeared while walking home from a movie theater. In December Lucy Catherine plotting ten disappeared from. Stop while we're on our way home. After Christmas. She was murdered by Fred rose. Who adopted her? How to captive for a week over the New Year? I'm raped and tortured her and then killed her on January. The Third Fred was treated for which had been believed to be inflicted when he dismembered partner from nineteen seventy four to nine thousand nine hundred seventy five to nineteen seventy six seventy seven. Seventy eight seventy nine five more women therese single Haga Shirley Hubbard Genetic Marian Motte Shirley Ann Robinson Alison Chambers met. The same fair is unknown if the was killed in the following years if they hadn't it's improbable but the bodies were buried on the property
Why iLes New Album, Almadura, Is Both Departure and Evolution from Calle 13
"That was master from Elise Laura for the Puerto Rican singer and songwriter. Music has long been a family affair as a teen. Her brothers recruited her to become a member of guide. The dossier together they've won. Three grammys and twenty-one Latin grammys away has spent the past few years reintroducing herself as a solo artist and along with resident her brother and bad bunny co and performed a few lundahl. Scoot Yose the song that became the anthem. Puerto Rico's protests. Listening to Alamo Laura. It is clear that La like the island. She loves is recognizing the dots of her own strength. Welcome to New York City. Thank you good to see you and your hotel room. Thank you for making this work. I appreciate your your released. A motor prior to the protests. Ousting the governor your lyrics I saw in countless protest signs. My friend ANA lives on the island and she calls among Laura a premonition. Ooh I heard that little Very Super Gracie for me. Because maybe the only thing I can think of is like when you wish something so bad and then suddenly becomes reality. I think that might be what happened. Because I'm I've always had this frustration. Not only about a colonial status and how we see things but the thing that froze therese me the most is when I I start seeing the people thinking that they're not enough that they are not a capable of doing anything that we need dependency and for me. That's not part of our essence and I can see so much more From the three. Can People that what we see ourselves and for me. That was my biggest frustration. And what made me write this songs? Did you always see the islands relationship to the US that way or did you have an a Ha moment? I've always seen it because thanks to my family like we all share assange the same ideals and and I remember having that teenage moment of questioning myself if I actually believed in independence or if it was just because my family believes in it and I remember having that moment and realizing that yes I do believe in independence and I little by little. I've been appreciating more who we are what we have and even though Puerto Rico has been a colony for so long our identity still remains and that is something that we should recognize and wonder why does our identity still remains. And that's maybe has to do with the moment. We are leaving now. Sharpening the knives became the anthem of the protest. How to come together? Well I suddenly received a call from my brother that they were just doing this song. I mean it was almost like one day to another and they told me to write the chorus. He just send me the beats that were made through. I had an idea about like what it was going to be about because we were all very angry about the whole situation. But I didn't hear what my brother road or by Bonnie and neither my brother I mean we were all like on our own writing what we were feeling. But since we're Puerto Ricans. I think we were sharing that same anger and we were fears. You know with everything that was going on and we just expressed our cells in different ways. And that's how it all came together and They just told me about the the knives concept so I I just like road what I felt and and the melody and everything but he was like very from the heart. What did it then feel like to listen to that song? Play in the streets. In that moment it was amazing. Especially because the people just knew the Holy Rick's like did they after so are the same day. I don't remember but it was crazy. But at empowering you know I mean Puerto Rico must have a lot of political songs. But we don't know about them so much and I think in that moment we were just like seeking for something that we could and
"therese" Discussed on WSJ Secrets of Wealthy Women
"Other companies streamline and automate their accounting operations to admit admit that you've failed and give up and walk away. Is You know you don't do that. You you just continue to keep working at it until you see some success. This is secrets of wealthy women from the Wall Street Journal Helping Women Empower themselves financially now Veronica Dagger Therese Tucker Talks about how one college course changed her life. The Financial Stresses of being an entrepreneur and her strategies for founders. unders over forty. So Therese you have said before that you were raised without gender bias. What did you mean by that? Well you know. I was raised on a farm. I'm in Illinois and I was the youngest of four girls and anybody who's ever familiar with that world knows that farmwork has a lot a lot of manual labor. All Right and my dad did not have sons to do manual labor and so therefore his daughters were never ever ever told that they couldn't do something because they were a girl they. We all drove tractors. We you now picked up rocks. We heard cows. We did all kinds of crazy things and many of those things would have typically been done by males sales if my father had had sons but he didn't and so we were available labor and it didn't matter what gender we were I didn't realize is too many years later. What an incredible advantage? That actually was what made you get interested in computer programming. Then well I went off to college Like many young people do when I was seventeen and I was a business in French major. I started at a university called Illinois Wesleyan in Bloomington Illinois while I was there in my second year I needed a general Ed Class I was was I was kind of bored with business and French and I was thinking about becoming an art major but still needed to fulfil my general ed requirements there or happened to be a beginner computer science course. It was the only one that the university offered. I fell in love with programming in that course and and ultimately I switched to the University of Illinois that had a very good computer science department and became a computer science and math major so you started working in tech. How did you figure out what opportunities to take a woman in tech because back then and still today? It's not so common for a lot of women to go into the field. It's not in fact in my first job. There were only like two other women in the entire building was was another woman engineer. In one was the receptionist. It was always scary if there was somebody else in the bathroom. When you went in there it was like but no the first job out of college? I knew that I wanted to live in California. I had my sister out here and you know I simply the interviewed and looked for interesting work. At that time I think it was really about. What was the work? What were the people like that? I was interviewing 'em would it'd be a good environment to work in. Did you look around and say oh. These are the skills I need to get to. was that part of the calculation in my mind I was always going to start the company and you know I quit my first job at Hughes aircraft to go start my first attempt at a company which was a wild failure. You're okay huge failure absolutely Almost starved to death so I was always very focused on. What would it take to build a company now? In later years I went to work for a small company called eighty s associates that ultimately was acquired by a bigger company called sunguard that company Buzney when I started there had about fifty employees one of the best experiences ever for learning how to build and run a company company because I had visibility into all areas. You know how they handled customer support how they shipped software. How they you know did sales? That was super valuable to see all aspects of how to build a company. I would say to this day. One of the most valuable experiences France's to prep me for this besides that they valued me and they gave me stock options. which is what I ended up using to fund black line for its first I twelve years? Is that why you left Sunguard to start your own business right. Because at that point you had risen to chief technology officer you know I had and Kind of seen the writing on the wall that my career was not going to go a great deal further at sunguard and again I just I thought that there must be a better way to have a software business. One where you were you know you took unhappy client calls else where you worked hard to make them satisfied and feel like they got great value out of what they purchased I just I just thought it could be done better all the way around and of course I had the confidence to think I was the one that could do it so I took a year off and ended up starting black line around the end of that first year neat so you were a forty year old single mom when you decided to start black line. Would you tell tell us more about how you got that confidence. Especially since you had alluded to early in your career you had a business that failed you know I. I'm not sure where the confidence came from. I think it's one of the traits of an entrepreneur because other people look at what you're trying into do and say that's not even possible. Sometimes I think the confidence is based on ignorance right because I had no idea how hard it was going to be but I was sure that I could do it. And then of course once. You're in the middle of it. You know to admit that you've failed and give up and walk away. Is You know you don't do do that. You you just continue to keep working at it until you see some success. But I've always thought you know maybe it's a product of my upbringing. I've always thought I can do that. I can do that coming up. Therese Tucker details how she self-funded her software our company dealt with ageism tack and almost gave up on her business. Let's take for or a business sustained apart innovation not only being first but best of course that standing apart.
Invest in eliminating hepatitis, UN health agency urges ahead of World Hepatitis Day
"This is an academy with you and US recent reductions in the cost of diagnosing and treating viral hepatitis should be an incentive for countries to scale up investments in disease elimination. That's the view of the World Health Organization which is calling on all countries to take advantage of the lower costs in match investments to eliminate disease ahead of world appetite is day marked this Sunday the Blue Ocean EPA titus team leader Dr Mark Ball Therese spoke to you and uses Cimmamon guy and explained. Prevention measures that some countries are taking to protect against appetite is related diseases. We focused on the need for testing and treatment treatment this quite inexpensive now for hepatitis b the Best Treatment is the use of turnoff off of you can also use an tack. These medicines are now expensive and quite effective. Further treatments are being developed. Also for appetite is be we are actually hopeful that within the next five to ten years we may have a cure appetite is be as well for Hepatitis C.. We currently have a cure and the medicines direct acting antivirals and they're available now in countries where you have access to generics. They're available at relatively low cost approximately ninety. Eighty dollars or even in some countries lower that so these medicines have really been revolutionary because now it is possible to treat chronic viral infection that causes many many deaths in developing countries are hepatitis diagnosis is to being readily available for those who are suffering it should be widely available in however in most countries. They're still not a strong focus on viral hepatitis. Currently we estimate only about twenty percent of persons. She's living with Hepatitis C.. F. Ever been diagnosed appetite is be it's even less than twenty percent since its World Hepatitis Day. What how do you envision to prevalence of the treatment of hepatitis for the future so yeah as I mentioned we have excellent treatment already available for appetizers? The Sea and the current treatment is two to three months. We have three different pension typic- regiments that we recommend in our new guidelines that came out last year at World Hepatitis Day and we are now recommending tweet all this would allow actually eliminating disaffection defection worldwide hopeful also that new treatments will become available for children as well or recommendation says for children under twelve we recommend waiting until the age of twelve however very soon there will be treatments available also for children. We expect even before the end of this year or two more questions. You mentioned that Egypt and other countries are living. We've high levels of Hepatitis C.. Why is this Oh this is because in the past there was transmission through unsafe injections unsafe healthcare so Egypt has really taken the bull by the horns they have already tested the sixty million people in a country of about ninety two million people I believe so they have a very quickly expanded a program and they're testing for both hepatitis B d._N._C.? Primarily have a problem with appetite to see affection <hes> because of three hundred was given many years ago for she surmises that was injections that were not always safe but they are providing treatment for free to the population and have already reduced the prevalence vary. Very greatly now Egypt assist other countries in further reducing the prevalence of Hepatitis C. so for prevention. It's the critical thing for hepatitis. B Prevention is to provide the immunizations particularly to infants because because there's a lot of moderate to child transmission ninety percent of transmission for hepatitis B. is actually early in life and for that is very important that countries implement also the birth dose of Hepatitis B vaccine and we are really pushing here at Ably Chore Now for All Countries to implement the Birtles Hepatitis B. which means vaccine that's given within twenty four hours after birth and then an additional two or three or vaccinations later during infancy in addition to that for hepatitis.
Trump wants tanks and more for July 4th spectacular
"Well come the tanks for the fourth of July I stories Crawley on the new festivities the first army tanks are rolling into Washington ahead of president trump's July fourth salute to America inspired by the French best steel day celebrations with military hardware an AP photographer spotted the first two AM one a one Abrams tanks and two Bradley fighting vehicles on a flight Kerr and Washington DC rail yard from fort Stewart Georgia to be joined by Sherman tanks known from World War two with the Abrams tanks wings sixty tons each president trump notes the roads have a tendency not to like to carry tanks so we have to put them in certain areas overhead the salute to America stealth bomber fighter jets Apache copters the blue angels airforce one and presidential remarks near the Lincoln Memorial Therese Crowley
Tottenham's Harry Kane could miss rest of season through injury
"Get Connie South Korea's son him in scored for the second time at Tottenham new stadium as they seized a one advantage of Manchester City in the European Champions League quarterfinal fest leg at the other end, you Therese saved a penalty from such a grow. But it didn't all taught him sway. Harry. Kane will have an MRI scan today on his uncle after suffering a potential season
Therese Patricia Okuma, Trump Administration And Ellis Island discussed on Afternoon News with Tom Glasgow and Elisa Jaffe
"Climbed the statue of liberty in protest this past fourth of July says she has no regrets despite being convicted and facing jail. Chime Therese Patricia Okuma was with. A group of activists on Ellis Island this summer, the plan was to protest immigration enforcement. But she had her own idea climbing the pedestal on which lady liberty stands to speak out against the Trump administration's enforcement of the southern border, welcoming damn lady liberty symbolizes, what will show them is cages. So if I go in a cage with them, I am on the right side of eastern found guilty of trespassing and disorderly conduct Okumu faces sentencing in March of next year and could receive up to eighteen months behind bars, James
Theresa May, Therese Gus And Ireland discussed on Monocle 24: The Briefing
"The British Prime Minister Theresa May's repairing Therese Gus a draft bricks in agreement with her inner circle her allies Northern Ireland's Democratic Unionists have warned that the agreement with the European Union could lead to the break-up off the United Kingdom.
Mystery deepens after couple sickened with nerve agent not 'deliberately targeted'
"Are the radio home of the mets an iheartradio station seventy nine degrees at eleven o'clock hot cloudy humid good morning i'm mike bauer a day after climbing the statue of liberty a woman is in court to face a judge she was protesting president trump's immigration policies therese okuma spent hours at the bottom of lady liberty's dress and now suspend time but the judge after being slapped with trespassing and disorderly conduct charges members from black lives matter will also be in federal court to support her okumu climb the base of the satcher of liberty on independence day and it prompted officials to evacuate thousands from liberty island she's part of the rise and resist in my see group and they were protesting president trump's immigration policies i'm scott pringle for seven ten pd is remembering it me as sodas familiar an officer who was shot in the head and killed a year ago today her daughter spoke at a candlelight vigil this morning saying her mother was an optimistic person crazy as it is everybody can see like my mom to a street outside the bronx stationhouse where familiar worked is being named in her honour cops are searching for an eleventh suspect in connection with the alleged gang killing of a bronx teenager fifteen year old louis sandro guzman felise nicknamed junior was killed in a case of mistaken identity in thailand the races onto free twelve boys and their soccer coach trapped in a flooded cave workers are trying to keep water from flowing in other avenues that rescuers taking drilling holes in the side of the rock whatever that water can come out i spoke to an official elliott today and he said that what they might do is get the boys and fit within life jackets because they really don't want to get their heads under the water that is one of the things i feel is really very dangerous that's correspondent james longman president trump has reportedly interviewed seven candidates for the supreme court opening but there's some concern about those he's spoken to several republican lawmakers are raising concerns about one of the leading contenders president trump's nominee for the supreme court abc news has learned that senators rand paul tom cotton and ted cruz have all called the president to express concerns about brett cavanaugh a federal appeals court judge here in washington cavanaugh is a former top official from the george w bush administration some of his critics say he would not be a reliable conservative on the bench pointing to his rulings on recent cases involving abortion and obamacare karen travers abc news the white house and a couple of britain is critically ill after being poisoned with a nerve agent it's the same nerve agent that point poisoned a former russian spy earlier in the year at counterterrorism investigation underway into that deepening poison mystery to people are fighting for their lives authorities confirming through tests they were exposed to the russian nerve agent novacek the same nerve agent used against a former russian spy and his daughter four months ago this new case just seven miles away from where that pair was poisoned three we'll take.
"therese" Discussed on The Besties
"It's amazing like it's smart idea yeah a lot of stuff that it's astonishing we haven't talked about this yet is in service of the fact that it is one long camera shot camera never cuts away the whole time unless you go to the positive and you were die and when you die god the game reload so fucking fast eight is a miracle from christ on high when you die it's like oh no i died press ex therese i'm back in again it is so fucking good but when you don't die it's the games just one long camera shot which i remember reading about in like a review before i started playing and i was like wow that sounds like the coolest shit ever and then i started playing and i instantly forgot about it which i think is the best which is the optimal way to sort of appreciate this this feature of the game but then like looking back on it and realizing what they did it is it is a a a game design feet that is almost beyond comprehension yeah they do a tr they generally like are very smart of it hiding loads in interesting ways so like when you go into the whatever central area to like port to another realm there's a very drawn out animation that you're sort of waiting to complete before you can move on which like again hiding load screen the interesting one for me is there's a fast travel mechanic where you go through the world tree it's like a creepy ghost tree and.
"therese" Discussed on Yeah, But Still
"Yeah yeah like he's the he's carrying the way yeah yeah this is what make jokes to his let's she's like more shy i guess she's funny when she talks but she's like shy there's also as his wife and his caretaker i think he has a like therese maybe not something don't know i don't know if your kids something but decided to have fucked up is it yeah yeah i mean it's kind of like his channel right she kind of came on board or we're always we're always both of them yeah i think so yeah filmed a lot have you met the paul brothers i have i have a interesting story that i've like he hit me up logan pauline me up yeah it was like it was like he wanted me to bro you want to go the suicide for us with me yes and i said i'm so busy this weekend no he's just wanted me be his movie and i hit him up i was like dude guessing me up logan paul he wants and it was the movie is like some airplane movie they did some adventure thinning the no it's called airplane mode or some shit yeah it's called so he wanted me to be in the movie and i was like oh okay he's like he hit me off and he's like dude i think you know i love your stuff and i'm gonna have my guy reach out to you soon or like i'll talk to you and then his guy or him like reached out and then i was telling him i was like hey man like guess who hit me up.
"I'm not going to be a Gabby Giffords": Congressman pulls out gun at constituent meeting
"Lawmaker surprising a crowd by revealing the fact that he was packing and proud of it coffee with constituents meeting south carolina congressman ralph norman pulled out a loaded handgun and set it on the table saying he would not be gabby giffords she the former arizona congresswoman who was critically wounded in a shooting at a constituent event in two thousand eleven representative norman republican said he's tired of liberals jumping on the guns themselves as if they are the cause of the problem said guns are dangerous only in the hands of criminals gabby giffords husband retired nasa astronaut mark kelly saying in a statement the norman is no gabby giffords and noted his wife has dedicated her life to ending gun violence jack callaghan fox news sticking with south carolina and coffee shop in that state is hiring for a cause over eighty percent of people with disabilities are without a job but the owners of a new coffee shop in charleston are doing something about that statistic then amy right only employed people with disabilities when we opened this coffee shop we thought we're gonna put a dent in the unemployment rate what we figured out is what this really is and continues to be is a human rights movement disguised as a coffee shop named after their two youngest children with down syndrome the right started bidian bows coffee in march they say they hope to open more coffee shops all over the country so communities can see that people with disabilities are just like everyone else in charleston south carolina therese garnier fox news shake up within the national hockey league new york rangers firing their head coach lane vino who was with the team for five seasons and the state of maine is taking claim with a record for the largest ice carousel about one hundred volunteers could accuse hole in a lake in sinclair some four hundred feet across got a spinning with the help of outboard motors that ice was almost three feet thick i'm kim duffy fox news radio.
"therese" Discussed on The Friend Zone
"Yeah so where do we go it was perfect was great television sorry but the housewives of toma cassettes being great about ashley this been a great show as she diaby is back with her husband cherise therese's a friend of the show just taking deal giselle is disease rather excuse me dating a man feels like she can run and it's so funny when you watch to sail dating on this show the way she approaches different men she's dated because her disposition is completely different with men who she feels like she has the upper hand with when it comes to them having a desire to like be in the situation and we see dealing with other guys who have a little bit more confidence she finds something to like what if a guy is kinda withdrawn and like you know kind of low or just you know kinda meek she chief feels more comfortable with a man like that this is interestingly was zales personality you think about all that kind of stuff if you'd be like okay so you type that do okay it doesn't make sense so yeah but that's been great sister surco live has been interesting quiet tired of keyna's intro saying she's kiana dancy today hail choir was just like how i miss quiet you don't even say you're truly sick of it so that's been great and yeah we'll talk about this week that's it talking about tv we meet tess.