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"ury" Discussed on Bourbon Pursuit

Bourbon Pursuit

05:10 min | 7 months ago

"ury" Discussed on Bourbon Pursuit

"Now now i know. The origin story of y liked it so matter brought in for for people. And it's funny now because you'll look back and you'll see people align say well. This company just makes this stuff to bourbon drinkers. And i didn't know anything about like they'd be no. I don't think even thought that he would sell anything the us ever. That was not on their radar. We called veteran we. The guys called them and said we want you to bring the stuff in and then eventually like we did a second set of two casts and then eventually got out there enough. The us distributor. So now they're here now. That variables purdue has gone. That is something that's gone. They may still have some stuff from lou. They bought a lot of other stuff. But it's interesting like you know again. They're independent bottler and we were focusing on this one producer but now other stuff his hot which is sort of not totally rational. Because it's different from different distilleries are the same thing. People were going for the pappy. Fifteen on eight twenty three and just get weller twelve. That will get seven. Yeah it just. It follows the same same pattern. Those are the same roughly the same bourbon stuff like they're just totally different. Bottling totally different things. Now they do have a commonality where their stuff does tend to. I think a lot of it tends to be in that profile so that makes some sense but they definitely did take off. Which is i would never guess that armenia would take off in the us and apparently you know now that stuff is very in demand It's still they do a great job. I mean that that company cantatas fantastic and those two guys run it. It's a side thing for them. You know it's not full-time job. It's just a thing they do for you. Know it's a side gig a fun thing for them but they have really good palate and they and they find really good stuff so it's great that they've been successful..

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"ury" Discussed on Dateable Podcast

Dateable Podcast

03:28 min | 1 year ago

"ury" Discussed on Dateable Podcast

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"ury" Discussed on Dateable Podcast

Dateable Podcast

05:41 min | 1 year ago

"ury" Discussed on Dateable Podcast

"I'm here to meet a man and they get so pissed when they don't meet someone by the end of the night and they're like at. My neck is ruined. So it's just you know. Let the mindset like you're there to meet just other people with the with a likelihood of meeting someone that you may be romantically interested. I totally hear you on that. I think the key is to have the mindset of openness and the mindset of optimism but not necessarily the mindset of desperation. And i've heard from guys they say i went on a date with this woman. I felt like she was auditioning for the role of husband. She was being curious too quickly. And this and that. And i get it like if you've been dating for a while you wanna find someone like you don't wanna waste your time but your mindset going into the date how you're showing up higher showing up in these events people are reading into that and that's why you know if you're not feeling aiding right now take some time off and feel better and get back in the game and like i was saying this before it's not about it's not about going on more dates. It's about going on more intentional dates and that might look like fewer better dates. But i feel like there's so many things that i took away from this. So thank you again for being with us. But i think mean let's go into maybe takeaways but i love this part about like what really matters. I love your analogy of the prom date versus the life partner. Because i do think oftentimes we are looking for someone that checks boxes or is down to how fun or whatever it is and it's not that that is an important but there needs to be more. They're also and not overlook the stuff that really matters so. I know like as a take personally like i will start to like ass more of the questions that leads to like some of the things that you said actually do matter more in terms of growth mindset and loyalty and all that stuff that you just can't get from a dating app so i think just knowledge is power essentially with what really matters. Yeah i think just putting it all in perspective as someone who is in a relationship..

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"ury" Discussed on Dateable Podcast

Dateable Podcast

04:58 min | 1 year ago

"ury" Discussed on Dateable Podcast

"On the first eight and you're more likely to find that slow burn because they are getting a chance to really show you who they are as opposed to people looking for the spark who misset the second thing i want to share with. You is this thing i have in. The book called the events decision matrix and what it is is. It's a way to decide what events to go to and obviously this is a little more complicated during cova because these events don't happen all the time but there are online virtual events that are happening and so what it is. Is you basically. Think of a two by two matrix and what the two lines are are. What is the likelihood that all enjoy this event and the other line is. What is the likelihood that i'll interact with someone at this event right and so you plot different events on it and you say okay going to the gym in a weightlifting class. That's something that i enjoy. So high likelihood of enjoyment low likelihood of interaction okay. I'm going to a movie screening of my favorite movie. High likelihood enjoyment a low likelihood of interaction. And then you keep plotting them and you find one. That's high likelihood of enjoyment and high likelihood of interaction. You go to those events like dateable event because it's like what matters so much higher. Likelihood of enjoyment means that even. If you don't meet anyone it was still not a waste of time. You liked it if you like. That kind of event is going to bring out the best side of you and then highlight. We have interaction. Invest your time in places where people are actually speaking to each other. And maybe that's a book club. Maybe that's a sounding board event. Maybe that's been queuing to your friend right. No like inter. I love the sounding board of that. 'cause the videos were on right and it was like one of the more funds zoom events i've been to because people are actually interacting and i know that it's challenging in this time to meet people in those those..

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"ury" Discussed on Dateable Podcast

Dateable Podcast

04:39 min | 1 year ago

"ury" Discussed on Dateable Podcast

"But that's the want you to remember it and throughout the book. I just want people to consistently see that what you think you're looking for. Which is this like. Immediate spark this moment of intoxication. The world stops around. You like that can happen. It's real there is a thing called. The spark. People definitely feel it all the time. But that's not the only way to date and there's a few myths that i would love to bust around. The spark is if you don't feel spark in the beginning you'll never feel it. No that's not true. Lots of people who are in great relationships did not feel the spark when they met and they worked together for a while. There's something called the mirror exposure of fact the lawyer you like why. We're the perfect example. I mean i did feel an attraction to scott when we met at that at that lunch but yeah i mean think about the dating app and we had known each other for so many years so really grew over time it grew from friendship and from just enjoying spending time with him so yes great sacks and connection can grow over time and that's why lots of people mary one of their friends or someone they work with the next one is if you have a spark then it's a great relationship. No that's not true. Lots of these people they start with everyone right this bernie man guy that i really liked while turns out. Lots of people liked him too for the same reasons. he was very sparky. he was charismatic. He knew how to make people fall for him. Doesn't mean that your connection is there. It means sparky and sometimes it's associated with some negative things with narcissism with love bombing with. What did you them future. Fakers future fakers are also seeing falling as and what you're feeling is is maybe anxiety. I don't know if this person likes me. I don't know if they're gonna show up. It's actually means. Id that we mistake for chemistry and the other myth. Is that your how we met story matters. It's not true. Think about the length of a long relationship. It's this tiny portion. It's like point zero one percent of how long you're together and oh we had this great love story and we're meant to be. That's why i'm staying in this relationship. That doesn't work. no it's like. Who cares what you're how we met story is. It doesn't matter right like it's just the intro. Powders is the relationship itself. So what i say fuck the spark and beaufort the slow burn and the slow burn is the person who the more time you spend with them. The more you like them they are this gem that you have to discover their the person that be other people don't see their qualities in them and the slow burn is who you wanna marry because that is the person that gets better over time and the spark like a person's fizzling out like be with the person who's consistent who's reliable who brings out the best side of you not that person who when you met your heart was fluttering because like that is a great feeling but you shouldn't make a long term life decision based on that feeling. Yeah also we need to take inventory of all the times. We felt the spark. Because when you sit that to us last time i went back to my history and thought Who did i feel a lot of spark with and those were the people who were not communicative. They were in my is very mysterious. Because they weren't communicating. And i created the spark. Own fucked up mind in wizard between between two human beings. That was just what was made up in my mind. I love that. That's that's exactly the situation. I think though okay so online dating. I do think makes that a little harder though. Because i could see like your story with your husband that you guys knew each other over time and i've definitely had situations like that before too..

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"ury" Discussed on Dateable Podcast

Dateable Podcast

05:12 min | 1 year ago

"ury" Discussed on Dateable Podcast

"You're who i feel compelled to reach out after reading their profile. Because i just feel like there's so many factors of like someone might not even be active on this or they might be interested in me too. So i don't wanna spend thirty minutes dissecting their profile if they're not gonna even swipe back on me and i personally would rather have more conversations because i think yes. You're actually get the full picture through like a text message type conversation but i do think you can start to like get a vibe in energy can see if they're asking you questions back you can see. Just how a conversation is flowing. And that's kind of how i wiggle it down even further people that want to take to a video call and then from there are people that i want to actually meet in real life. Yeah i absolutely love that. And i think that what we've seen in the research hint that video chats our this great low pressure vibe check its way less intense setup that a real day you know. You're not spending money on drinks. You're not necessarily using a lot of allen or you're just saying you can have chemistry. You make me laugh. Do i like the sound of your voice right. It's just like this gut check and so that's been really helpful. And i totally agree with what you're saying about a conversation images. Is this person putting in effort right or is this person what we call z q zero questions. Oh my god those people kill me. Yes that's And so really emojis or like. Yeah yeah like the one word response back in like one carrying the condo. It's like the worst so if we have to summarize it's realized that the profiles are pretty superficial. Get to the chat in the chat. Say is this person putting an effort. Do we seem to be getting along. Do the video chat. Do the vibe jack and then from there you really start to get to.

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"ury" Discussed on Dateable Podcast

Dateable Podcast

05:49 min | 1 year ago

"ury" Discussed on Dateable Podcast

"He was just things that make no sense like he was wearing a baseball cap backwards. Hang up on and he seemed like this like i called it in the book. Like an unsmiling bro. Which like not that. I couldn't have wound up with the bro. I was just some hesitance dating apps. You've got really superficial in. You're looking at a bunch of people in your like would prefer the guy without the tank. Top and the hat but julia. I know you're really interested in this topic of we think we know we want. But we're wrong right. That's a great example. Where scott's two-dimensional persona when i was relation shopping made me think he was one person but scott's three-dimensional real life personality is the person that makes me happy in the world and so the takeaway isn't dany ops. Mislead you because you can't find anyone it's realized that there limited in what they can show you get to the date as soon as possible. So but then. Here's a question then you can't. It's impossible to go on dates with everybody. The come across on dating. Now you can. If it's video date you can't and of pressure needs to be even if there's no rhyme or reason we all need some what of filters to decide who we want to swipe on so. How do we reconcile that. Because now you're saying we should be more open on who were swiping on at the same time. We can't swipe on everyone can actually how. What's your what's your record for. Most video dates in a week. A week know we. I want to hear this say may be like. Maybe it's like three. I don't know. I haven't been tracking. I'll start tracking for. That's great. I mean good for you happy and i hope someone. Listening is wow. I've really gone on any so anyway. I applaud joy. You know you can have your own zoom room and keep it open and just gave everybody hours with julie. people does pop in my overlap. Whatever i'm going to start doing that so i'll just be like everyone on the data. Gap here is by zublena. Here's my chatelet. Whatever you want.

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"ury" Discussed on Dateable Podcast

Dateable Podcast

05:52 min | 1 year ago

"ury" Discussed on Dateable Podcast

"I need a partner and instead i'm going to be more open minded. Go out with a variety of people and pay attention to how i feel around them. And there's exercises that you can do that. Help train you at getting better at that. So that you don't have a date and say yup. He checked all the boxes graduate school. Six feet tall six figure income. And instead you leave the and say he made me feel embarrassed. He wasn't affirming and he didn't ask any questions. I'm not saying that person again and like people really need to hone the skill of tuning into how someone makes you feel. And that's advice that works in a job interview Whether you're looking for roommates when you're dating like get into your body get into your emotions like what is this person bringing out of you and go for the people that bring out the best side of you and you get disheartened because we see these comments in our facebook group that are like oh she in texts me back with. Should i say next or a. We went on a few different dates. This guy and i. I really like him but now he's not he's he's being not responsive to my text messages or whatever it may be. I really hope if you're going through that our listeners a you can listen to logan story and think beyond the getting together and kind of almost foreshadow into what your life is like in the future like when you're old and when you're sitting on the couch during quarantine 'cause that's doing life together if that's how we should be filtering for people because at that point who cares. How many texts they sent you. It doesn't even matter anymore right. I think the part that we we. We hear this on our facebook group to is that like people don't wanna make people a priority if they don't know them yet so that's where the stuff gets a little tricky of like. How much can you read into their behavior when you really. They're kind of a stranger will save had a couple dates with them. Like let's be honest. This person might not slight pause their entire life for you. But i guess what would you say like. How can you still evaluate them or would you say that you should expect them to kinda show up all in one. Yeah there's a couple layers to that. So one thing is I was talking to a dating coaching client recently. And she was describing this guy and she was saying we met up. We had so much fine. He was great. We hooked up. We had a really good time and since then like he hasn't really been clear about how he feels about me and then sometimes he'll text back and sometimes he won't like she went on and on about all the ways that he's really been ambiguous and it just felt like she. Oh then she said but he talks about celebrating our birthday together and route the future. And this and that you totally faker maker. and it's part of like love bombing narcissists. I wanna make you fall in love with me versus. I actually am interested in you and care about you and for that i was just like pay attention to his actions. Not his words. And i felt like his actions were that he wasn't showing up whereas his words were like he was saying he's gonna show him and so. I think that..

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"ury" Discussed on Dateable Podcast

Dateable Podcast

05:37 min | 1 year ago

"ury" Discussed on Dateable Podcast

"Visiting dot in the hospital supporting me when i come home. And we call these people other significant others and the title at alive finkel of northwestern came up with and it's based on research from a woman named elaine john that found that we tend to expect to get all of our needs met by one person but if you can go to discreet people for discreet needs so you go to your exercise loving friend to exercise with you go to your moving loving friend to go to the movies with you. Talk to your music loving friend about music and you don't say to your partner. Why aren't you exercising going to the movies and talking about music with me. Those partnerships are happier. Those people are happier and those people are your does your other significant others and so moving into radish being surrounded by os has just been such a profoundly helpful and beautiful experience and really i think is a testament to these people and to the power of community especially during such an isolating time like the pandemic. i think. also it's shows to that like the stuff that we look for on dating apps like they must have similar interests. They must be over. I don't know five eight or whatever it is that is like some arbitrary number like at the end of the day they don't matter like that's what is difficult about an i'm pro data gaps to. I don't want to say i'm not in any way. I think they're a great way to meet people. But it's hard because you've brought this up in our past episodes that you just don't know the so we're forced to look at that stuff but your story totally puts in perspective like how in the long haul. That stuff is just so unnecessary. Yeah and i can share one more thing that i've been reflecting on as i said the song going. That's still going through chemo. Like they're not that happy ending yet. Like this is very much my life in the president but and this is a very rare cancer right. I think yeah only eight hundred people have it in the us. Yeah eight hundred americans year diagnosed with this. It's super rare. And one. I mean just to add some texture. The story like not just even random. He's a the end. He is extremely healthy. He read a book called. How did not die as opposed to my book. How to and his that..

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"ury" Discussed on Dateable Podcast

Dateable Podcast

05:52 min | 1 year ago

"ury" Discussed on Dateable Podcast

"It's not just effort. It's also breaking bad habits so when you say okay so love is natural but dating is not natural and you would also call it irrational. Humans are irrational when it comes to finding a life partner. Why is that why. Why is we take something. That's so natural to us but then we rationalize it. Yeah so. My background is in behavioral science. That's the study of how people make decisions and one of the key. Tenets of behavioral science is that were irrational predictable ways and so what that means is that we all have these cognitive biases. The brain clouds that consistently trip us up. So one of them is that we tend to act not in our own best interest. So we'll say. I want to save for retirement. But then there's a sale at west elm and we buy tons of new rugs for an apartment or we say we wanna eat healthy and then there's a bagel place and we eat a big bagel. So it's like we have these goals but we tend to prioritize the president and not the future and we get in our own way and that happens with love in particular right so we're irrational and areas especially matters of the heart and so what that looks like is you might consistently be tripped up by the kind of person who makes you feel one way and you kind of get addicted to that feeling of like chase rejection. But actually what's best for you is to be with someone who responds to your tax. Who shows that they're interested in you. Who would be a kind long-term partner. So what i'm trying to really do in the book and in general in life is help people understand. Your irrational brand is getting in the way of you making better decisions in dating and when you can learned that better decision in dating that's how you break the bad habit and find love and so in your own personal story and i want to get into this a little bit sooner than later because i think a lot of times with experts such suit yourself us as podcast hosts. We are commonly extracting information from you yet. We don't know much about you. And i think what i really want to do with this episode is turn it around to learn more about logan because obviously you got into.

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"ury" Discussed on Dateable Podcast

Dateable Podcast

03:53 min | 1 year ago

"ury" Discussed on Dateable Podcast

"Audiobook of the duke heist. Cool so shall we get into. Logan logan syria. Let's hear from her. We've got a fan favourite back. And i also think that i'm just going to make this rule now. Have you've been a guest on either on our show or event for three or more times your regular. We're going to call you dr fame. Vip not only she a fan favorite. She's also vip hall of freight hall of fame regular. He was logan yuri. She was on season nine episode fourteen on a very popular episode called the science of dating high. Logan how're you. I am so glad to be back and thank you for the title. Regular i'm very plaque is in the mail. We just got. It may so logan spin. A guess on our podcast. She was also a guest at our live show which was irl with earning years ago. Forgot about that. Yes that's right four timer. Sti- are l. events yup absolutely a showroom to tell people that you seize the day but day. Hey it was a very expensive. We realized that you could get a day for ten grand so it was no cheap okay. Toilet that we're talking about as she was also most recently one of our sounding board events talking about the signs of dating but also her latest book how to not die alone. She's a behavioral scientist turned dating coach. An internationally recognized expert on modern love acid director of relationship science at the dating app hinge. Logan this is actually julies favour app. Just for the record. They'll get a research team dedicated to helping people find love after studying psychology at harvard. Never heard of it. She ran google's behavioral science team. The irrational lab. She was at twenty eighteen. Ted resident and again or julie from south florida. She now lives in bay area with her husband. Scott than they been living there for the last ten years. Welcome back glad to hear yay wish. We are on person but happy to be doing this. I feel like. I've seen you lot. But then i realized that you're right. Last time we saw you in real life was over a year ago. Yeah here twenty nineteen event. Yeah and i think what always always fascinates be about your stuff. Is you like. I feel like you call it like you. See it in the sense that we are rational people we we know what we want but we never actually know what we want. And i feel like so. We hear that we're supposed to fall in love like why. Do you think that we need to like more in terms of love. yeah. I love that question. There's so many directions. I can take it so one thing is that people sometimes say to me off. Your china turned love into this rational thing. Love is this explosive chemical thing. Why are you applying rationality to it and while love is a very natural reaction. Dating is dating is something that we have created dating something that didn't exist More than one hundred fifty years ago and dating is really a skill so what. I'm trying to help people with is understand that it's natural to love button dating needs to be taught and what i want people to understand. Is that if you're dating and things aren't working out for you. It may not be a result of effort. You might be putting in the right amount of effort getting the right number of people all of that. You might be stuck in a pattern of bad behavior and you need to actually reflect on that pattern. Learn your blind spots and then overcome them. Because that's how you change..

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"ury" Discussed on Dateable Podcast

Dateable Podcast

02:27 min | 1 year ago

"ury" Discussed on Dateable Podcast

"This month is the most dateable competition so anybody in the sounding board. That is your event this month. And if you choose depending on which tier you choose you could also do one win. Coffee dates with julian. I and we can ship. It's all about you so shooting the ship. I think i just says. Shoot the ship dossier the ship with julian i and again. It's just up to you. How however you want to customize your subscription it's It's a has been a very like i used to were intimate quite a bit for that group because it is very intimate we have these very like discussions believe it or not with strength mere strangers that i feel like have become so close During this time. So if you're looking for extra support or extra voices extra opinions or just a this idea of a community of feel a feeling of a like a virtual family. That's where you need to be the sounding board. Yeah people have really said that has been a game changer. Like i know janice our moderator. Said like she's like made a just like how much forget love. Everyone it here like this feels like actual friends. I know shield. He's actually trying to organize. Get together where people actually meet in real life pending covert of course but there is like so much going on with that. And of course if you do join. Now you've got to go to the event for free which you mentioned. So if you've been kind of on the edge about joining and you're also like most debatable. Sounds really freaking awesome. Maybe this is the time to give it a shot. Yup and if you are like. I'm so confused by everything that just you guys just sad. Because i was a lot of information just dateable pa slash sounding board all that information laid out for you. In of course this episode is made possible by our sponsors are are. I sponsor as a book called driven by rebecca and nettie. This is the fourth book in zanetti's heart pumping romantic suspense series featuring operatives in a secret of homeland defense department all the previous releases in the series where usa today bestseller. So you know. This is going to be good known for her high octane action. Scorching sensuality and strong yet. Emotionally complex characters award-winning author. Rebecca zanetti has had nearly a dozen books selected as amazon best romances of the month including lethal lies mercury striking and fallen in this fourth installment new york times.

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"ury" Discussed on Dateable Podcast

Dateable Podcast

05:28 min | 1 year ago

"ury" Discussed on Dateable Podcast

"We're going to kind of do a community member of the month someone that exhibits the true qualities of what it means to be debatable. Whether that's you committing to your own self growth and seeing that through like the types of posts. He put up in the community or the questions. You're asking at happy hours or sounding board events all of that and then also supporting others like in the community and like not to saying like. Oh he sucks or she sat but like really like digging in and like helping people get to what's going on for them and offering a diverse perspective that kind of left people be like What about this way so our first person that we decided to choose a little drum roll. I feel like you're going to bed. So the drum roll winner was sonja penetre sonia and yes so honestly i. She was like a clear winner by bide. I just feel like. I saw her like convent about things that you learn in the scheme as workshop from the sounding i'm like wow she's really moving stuff and it was changing how she like evaluated things so yeah just overall she also posted about masturbating our favorite turbine basically doing solo dates and she did like a wine tasting trip to cinema in really inspired a ton of people and was like you know what it's not weird like people think it's gonna be weird but no one looked at me weird and then when they did. I started conversation with them. And like all was forgotten that i was on my own. And you know. I obviously wanna partner. But i'm not gonna just sit around and not have fun while i don't have the best attitude. I love their sonia. An all of all of our members that were going to profile our pioneers. I'm gonna call them dating pioneers because we're throwing the rules out the window. Were saying no to the old traditions and creating your new traditions in new norms. Like he cares in the past. This was not okay or people will look at you funny or judge you for this. It doesn't matter anymore. it's your life. And these are the members who are pioneering their own dating ways and their own life and good for them and we can't wait to a feature even more of our members are in who are paving their own path. It's so funny because the last episode with loaded we had this whole phrase like date like assigned. Who's trying to figure stuff out. And you and i were actually talking to a member of the sounding board the other day this concept came up date like a podcast and i think there's right. They both work in different ways but date like a podcast or is ask a lot of questions. Don't make assumptions curious. Like all of that so could bring your scientists. Had and your podcast. Her hat in. That's a great way to become the community member of the month. It's like whoa wait julian. Usa will would say to you at this situation. That was a good segue to our birch contest. Because we courage are that said We'll give a shutout sakib. We courage to keep to submit that to the merge contest. We did a tastic crowd sourced merch contest in the facebook group the love and the time of corona the public. And this is taking from jasmine's. I wanna give jazz with a shoutout to for coming up with the idea. But as you all know launched our merch shopped eatable podcast dot com slash shop back in november..

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"ury" Discussed on Dateable Podcast

Dateable Podcast

05:15 min | 1 year ago

"ury" Discussed on Dateable Podcast

"We really truly believe that all of you that listen are dateable in being dateable again does not relate your relationship status so even if you are feeling alone in single late does not mean that you're not dateable. There's nothing wrong with you per se. Yeah that lime made me cry because it resonated with our values that we haven't really into words and that's why we do what we do. This community really drives that purpose for us and it just gives us ammunition to keep going with this with these values that we're living by so thank you again to the community for helping manifest this. This is just a huge accomplishment for us. And i think it's just gonna kick off even more grand things coming for all of us in this new year including that most dateable competition. And oh my god. I cannot wait first of all. Like i. Just sorta okay so you add. I split out a lot of the efforts that go into dateable. Because there's a lotta stuff. That goes up behind the scenes. But i just want to commend you because i feel like you have done an amazing job just being like the front runner organizer of this event it also i love just like how alive you get when it comes to play. These events like can truly love head like cheese dislike loving every minute of it like the setup in the rehearsals at all that so. I think it's like you definitely very much shine with these types of events. Oh thank you so much. Julie you know what i love about these things like we get to know a little bit of someone a little bit of something new about someone in our community and we get to see these different sides of them including the talent competition the qna. It's just fun getting to know people on a different level and everyone has expressed that. They're feeling uncomfortable. Which i love. I get the has upper bird. That's when we grow. That's when we change in all six contestants are like. I'm just a little bit uncomfortable with what i'm doing and putting myself out there but fucking good for you right all of them. I'm so proud of all six of them. Yeah i am too. I cannot wait to see this. I think it's going to be self on like these types of competitions are really fun. there's been one in san francisco for years that's happened. I mean not the share. Obviously with kobe they toys should amita virtual by the way but whatever thunder yet stealing the thunder this year. But i think these events like they're meant to be silly goofy like obviously it's not like everyone dateable even if you did not get selected to be in this but it's just really fun and it's really meant to be light hearted and come out in support your fellow community members. Hopefully all of you can join. This isn't event that's open to the public like it is one of our sounding board events but usually it's required to be a member but this one were letting anyone join so get your tickets at dateable podcast dot com slash events and..

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"ury" Discussed on Dateable Podcast

Dateable Podcast

05:01 min | 1 year ago

"ury" Discussed on Dateable Podcast

"New year's went to a friend's like outdoor. And i'm like. Oh actually going. But i popped into this quarter store other way and there was actually this really hot guy. That was there too. And i'm like hey do you guys sell newspapers. Guys like literally both laughed at me. I'm like i guess. They stopped at corner shops and bodega few years ago. I went into my corner. Bodega and the guy was like i haven't had a newspaper in here in two years. Do just stop giving us newspapers. And he he told me to try seven eleven so venue bodies looking for actual newspapers how timely go to seven eleven or safeway. I guess that's where you found your safeway. Safeway did not have chinese new year's cakes this year. I got this like beautiful won their last year. That's why i was thinking about it. I totally like fogged on. The sense of there was valentine's day on sunday. So i showed up at safeway literally like every single cake was valentine's day so i ended up getting with like red roses. It just like the guy right like happy. The chinese year but he was id's so he wrote it and actually look that that was a makeshift chinese. That sounds like one of those things. Like you get drunk and get a tattoo of chinese characters on your arm and the next morning you wake up and you're like what this is saying in your friends like his burchett or some them. That's what my friends were joking like. He could've literally wrote anything like yes looks fantastic. He also had no idea what i was asking for it. I like. I think he thought i was like trying to say like happy birthday or something to someone he's like. What is this dumb white girl. Like asking me right this but that he was like they ended up pulling over stuff. That was more like english speaking that she was like. Oh do you actually want it. Written in chinese and i'm like yeah so socially pulled the guy back over it was like a production but got the new york times. Got the cake so as a win shack. Check a shot. Ninety take a picture of that cake. I would love to see what his chinese letter. It's gone actually. I think i might. I might have taken a photo also. I hope you have a photo of it are chinese. New year's was a little bit different. We did not have cake but my mom went to the local fish market and got fresh muni. No we watch a bunch of youtube videos to see how he can crack it. I had no idea those things like there. Look there seems to be like a whole middle that looks like an eyeball and you put two spoons through the whole and then you crack it open. It is disgusting and inside. there's maybe like five or six pieces. that's it everything else is. Just gosh. it's disgusting. I'm like rather out good. I'll know you'll never going to eat my own crack my own uni. I'm gonna get at a restaurant when it's up. Beautifully played it. There's some things that have like. I've tried to recreate cupcake. And i'm like this needs to be safe for a restaurant. Daddy experience nope not doing that again. But it was fun to crack through an eyeball with all the spikes. I was out for dinner with some friends of a couple pass..

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Creating 5 Star Special Events in the Virtual Age

Nonprofits Are Messy: Lessons in Leadership | Fundraising | Board Development | Communications

06:21 min | 1 year ago

Creating 5 Star Special Events in the Virtual Age

"Let me introduce you to our two guests. Today i was page in nineteen ninety-four. Liz established liz page associates and combined her theatrical talent with a passion for the arts and human services under her leadership. Lp has built a reputation for producing special events for nonprofits and corporations that not only meet but exceed significant financial marketing and engagement goals. Engagement goals liz and her team signature experiences with unforgettable power and style tell their next level of success and visibility. It is always nice to talk to liz page liz. Welcome so nice to be here with you. John and having to talk about this fascinating new world refined ourselves so liz is also joined by her colleague. Amanda harmless since joining liz page associates. In two thousand one that would be nineteen years ago if my math is right. Amanda has specialized in turning big ideas into detailed roadmaps. that take clients from their vision to reality. she guides event design and fundraising strategy by partnering with corporate and nonprofit clients. She began her career in development and external affairs at the ywca in boston helping to produce the annual women's event women's leadership event a showcase of top female leaders in greater boston. Amanda it is a pleasure to have you. Thanks so much john. It's great to be here with you today. So liz let's start with you. The challenge of nonprofits being overly reliant on special events. This challenge for nonprofits is actually been your meat and potatoes for twenty five years. And so i'm mostly interested in as a firm that's in the business of special events This must have been a challenging year. For you. And i wondered how you and amanda navigated twenty twenty from a business perspective. Well it was. It has been assassinating journey. I will tell you it started in february when we were producing a conference in lake. Tahoe and amanda said you know. Have you guys heard about co vid. Do we think we need a covert protocol of. What if something happens while we're all gathered In this big Resort in tahoe and ferry. That doesn't serve ury. okay. So amanda put together. What is the scenario of what if thought through but not as detailed as we would find out it would need to be then. We got back to boston and really had an oh shit moment when life stopped and i saw my staff walk out on a friday afternoon never to return until they're still not bad right. You know i feel like. There's a cigarette smoking in an ashtray at a at a desktop. Or there's ice cubes melting in a tumbler. It's just life stopped and Blessing for us. And i have to say. Kudos to amanda. The blessing for us is that within a week she had found a certification course from the event leadership institute where we sent two of our event producers and they became certified virtual meeting and event planners and they learned about this new world and we were able to quickly take to our clients. Who on the precipice. I'll tell you that was the game changer for us and then i have to give kudos the ppp. We got we were one of the first. I worked with a great bank that we had already established a relationship with which was really important. We got p p p funding. And i wanna say it is part of why we are still here today and you are on a very long line of people who are very much saved by that so i know that from my perspective and i also deal with nonprofit clients. Obviously that i've learned a lot about nonprofit leaders this year and before we dig into the details of special events. In what you. I wanna learn sort of big takeaways from your certification to amanda But you know liz. You've been a part of the boston nonprofit community for long time and know a lot of nonprofit leaders. I'd really like to know what you earned about nonprofit leaders this year what did what did you learn about them you know. I learned that they kind of fall into three groups. There's the adventurous and the desperate and they're in one group and they were the ones who clearly saw all my god my special event that is truly we. We work with many nonprofits that it is not half of their budget. Not not after their income. Joan it is like ninety five percent of their income right. which means these events. Are you know for these small organizations. They're mega blasters. You know there are million plus but some of those executive director said. We're going ahead. we're gonna do it virtual. I don't care if it's all on zoom we are going to do something on may twenty first so that was great. There were others who were more cautious. They said i don't know about this world. I don't know how my my sponsors are going to react or how audiences going gonna react. And i am lucky enough. That i have a reserve. I have saved for this rainy day. So we are going to let go of this annual event and we're going to not do it period and there were other brave ones. Who said you know what we're going to be creative. We're going to make this work working to postpone for a few months but then we are going to do something. And let's do it as

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Screw It, We're Giving Out 2021 Oscars Right Now

The Big Picture

08:30 min | 2 years ago

Screw It, We're Giving Out 2021 Oscars Right Now

"I'M SEAN FANTASY ANIMATED AVANCE. And this is the big picture conversation show about the best movies of the year so far which might just be the year in full hopefully not but normally at this time of year we'd handout out best of the year at the quarter. Turn Awards Amanda So. Let's just give out some awards in case we don't get a chance to do so down the road. How do you feel about the fact that we've only gotten three months of movies? And maybe that's all we're going to get a really dark way of thinking. I'm not really ready to do that. This early in the week. I think this is more an opportunity to appreciate some of the great movies that we have gotten and that maybe we wouldn't have spent as much time talking about as we are going to. And this podcast where you know making lemonade out of lemons etc. Can we go with that? I'm shocked by your optimism. Bill I appreciate it well time. I don't know all we're going to do is just make making podcast and keep watching movies. It's funny. I'm watching so many movies. Maybe more movies than I have ever seen in my life. I looked at letterbox over the weekend and I have watched one hundred and fifty movies in the year twenty twenty. I haven't watched one hundred fifty two thousand twenty releases but I've watched a lot an unusually high number and yet when I started putting together this list that you and I collaborated on for the best movies of the year and we're going to hand out the six key awards at the Oscars. Through the first three months. I found a lot of repetition and there was really only about twelve movies that I think I liked which is not great. How did you feel about the sleep that we had in front of US positive? In the fact that there are a lot of movies that I really love on this list and a lot of movies that again I think would get Kinda lost in their mind. Dump ury shuffle. And we wouldn't really get to talk about them at the end of the year. I it is true. I have been watching more movies. There's just like a lot of bad movies you know and I do feel like watching at home. I just become aware even more quickly. I'm just like Oh this isn't working for me and there is something that is transporting about the theater experience. Or you're just GONNA go along with the ride. You're you're willing to to buy in so but that's always been true there. We always talk about a lot of movies. That have interesting parts where I really liked this or didn't quite get there so I don't know I'm a glass half full person today. I don't know what that's about. I think it's because we're going to talk about AAA fire like for an hour and just say ct thanks to everyone who washed this weekend and let me know on twitter so whatever whatever we have to do whatever we have to do. But I am looking forward to that aspect of this guests. Yeah you hit on something that I've been thinking about as well. Which is that. I'm just more likely to tap out on something that I know isn't working for me now sitting at home and it's it's a I guess a bit ironic given that all we have is time. We have so much time to power through the bad movies. But if I'm like forty seven minutes into something that I know I'm not responding to it all I'll just turn it off. I'll just turn it off and I I never walk movies. You joked last week that I walked out of last Christmas. That's one of the only movies I've walked out of in the last ten years and I don't like to tap out on something even in a streaming environment but there's also something Pity lists about the movie watching experience right now where it's sort of like you know what life is in a very odd and discomfiting and weird place right now and so because of that. I can't bother with bullshit you know. There's there's there are a lot of masterpieces at our fingertips if we want them. So the idea of powering through another mediocre Netflix. Movie just doesn't seem like a good use of time. I do think that most of the things that we're going to talk about here are a great use of time now. Portrait of a lady on fire obviously will be a part of these nominations. I think a couple of these. Nominations are goofy. And we're trying to have fun with them. But for the most part we played it pretty straight. Would you agree yes? There are a couple. We had to fill out some categories. And that's okay at once again. Well this is actually not totally true. There are some categories where they've where we're featuring women very prominently. Which is really exciting. No spoilers but you know once again. It's not totally so far. Ben A robust year for movies about women. And I think we're also GONNA talk a little bit about what's to come in the rest of twenty twenty or what we think might come in two thousand Twenty Gonna. Tell you Sean. They're still not making a lot of movies about women. I don't know whether you notice that. So sometimes we were. Just some of these are trying to get to five. How about that in a festive way? It's funny you say that because I feel like they're not making a lot of mainstream movies about one but they are making a lot of independent films woman and I feel like a lot of the films that we chose here were of the more quote unquote independent variety. And that's been the best stuff and part of that is because of the thing that you pointed out this time of year. This first three months is usually not a banner period for great film releases. Every once in a while you get a get out in your life and that gets to dominate the movie world for those first three months but this year there have only been a couple of genuine hits and those hits have mostly been led by women which has been Nice. We'll talk about at least one of them here in this episode. But I wouldn't describe it as a good movie year in general let alone one for an episode like this. Nevertheless there is. There's some stuff I'm happy where it again a chance to go through here. I agree okay. Should we get into the categories? Let's do it so we're going to start with best supporting actress again. Six categories here. You Know I. I wouldn't say this has been a scientific vote. This was literally. Just what could I think of? And what could Amanda think of? We did a little bit of negotiating. A little bit of bartering here but it was pretty much just like I think these things were good. Hey We're an academy UNTO OURSELVES. Yes it was like oh. I remembered this and think that I could talk about it for a few minutes again. This is one of the categories where we had three pretty obvious ones and then we had to wear nominations and fake awards giving or an art just like let's making an art were here to hold your attention We're here to present around picture of the movie going experience. How about that? I think that's decent so I'm going to read our five nominees and we can. We can talk about them in loose terms and then we're GONNA have to make a decision on a winner live in time and we actually effectively communicate and agree on something like this in this format. Well there's only one answer that I'm going to accept in this category. I will actually throw my ear bites across the room and quit this podcast so sure. We can agree with those conditions okay. I'm going to read the nominees under those circumstances. Sonia Braga for Rile Kate del Castillo for bad boys for life. L. Fanning for all the Bright Adele HAENEL for portrait of a lady on fire and an inspired choice Elisa Schlesinger for Spencer confidential. Obviously the winner here is allies slesinger for her work with the Boston accent and Spencer financial. No I don't. This is one of the few categories that we probably need to do much debating on. I think that this you you came up with all of the fun ideas in this category. You came up with Kato Castio. Who gave just an absolutely incredible performance as a witch in bad boys for life? Love everything she did there. ELISA SLESINGER in an otherwise fairly bad spencer confidential movie provided. I thought pretty good comic relief as the the Bad Boston. Girlfriend of the Titular Spencer but of course Who's the winner? Here amid the winner is del for portrait of a lady on fire. I have spoken at great length about what adulthood means to me but in this performance. And you know. She's obviously been a movie star in a very accomplished actor in in France and in front of my for a very long time. So I'm a little Li to this party but I also just found this performance to be a revelation and an interesting thing about this movie which I hope we can talk more about. Is that you know. This movie is interested in the the the female gaze but also just how we look at people and how a work of captures a person and whether that person can be captured entirely in a painting of film and what we remember about someone but it is also just about the fact that some people just really capture your eye and I literally couldn't look away from this person.

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Welcome to Dumpuary: Breaking Down a Bad Movie Buffet

The Big Picture

02:49 min | 2 years ago

Welcome to Dumpuary: Breaking Down a Bad Movie Buffet

"But first let's talk about what is dumped ury in your mind. It's the time when the bad movies come out. Yes well see now. Historically that is January and February but as we get older and movies get arguably worse. Dump ury exists across many months. It's true there are a couple seasons. There is the January February and then traditionally it was August was another truly. I don't know what the Portmanteau is for bad movies and August a Gar- bug St- okay. Great Okay Congratulations. But now people have seen that August is a time to maybe release an interesting movie and so the bad movies sometimes come out in June last year it was actually may and sometimes it correspond to the quality of the movie and sometimes it corresponds to just like box office totals and when people feel like going to the movies but there is it traditional understanding that if a movie is scheduled for late. January or early February and it's not like a seam movie if it's not like a romance for Valentine's Day or I guess there's usually some horror counter programming for Valentine's Day but if it's just a movie that's coming out in the first quarter there's a reason especially if it seems like a big movie if it seems like a big noisy tentpole movie that you've been hearing about for a long time and it arrives in February that means it's been hunted to February more than likely now the the movie calendars changed a lot like the first two to three weeks of October. Is now this really important corridor? Where movies like joker in a star is born. Go into in there with the expectation. They can be big hits. That wasn't true ten years ago so the calendar is always evolving. And we've had some good February's in the past February I believe is when get out was released so it's not like there aren't great movies potentially released into this period but the other thing that is going on here is that we have a truncated. Oscar season so normally on this show. At this time on this date we would be doing predictions. Yeah you know it would be if we were leaning into this weekend coming forward but with Oscar being moved up. We've got this vast open window before whatever. The next movie is which is a bit later this year. Also in the past few years there had been mc you creep and that started in April and then even Marta. I think Captain Marvel was March last. I think you're right so it's a real vacuum it really is. And that's the other thing one other version of ury which is all of the movies surrounding the biggest movie of the year. So if you look at the release schedule last year around the time of vendors and game not super great and if you were forced to make say podcast episodes about movies around that time and not talk about endgame. You'd a tough time.

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"ury" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

News 96.5 WDBO

02:15 min | 2 years ago

"ury" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

"Five W. D. B. L. Ury computer will begin as a missing persons case has brought into a probe into several mysterious that's another very couple of the center of it all have apparently gone into hiding Laurie following chat day bell are newlyweds whose previous spouses died under suspicious circumstances now Veloz two kids a seven year old boy that seventeen year old girl have vanished what police started investigating the disappearance shallow and Dave L. abruptly left Idaho I don't know why they're doing what they're doing it doesn't make any sense Brandon Boudreaux married into the family I don't know what happened to those kids I know that there's people who do when they're not talking the FBI has now been called in to help generally an ABC news I am Mariah Carey's the first artist to ever top the Billboard charts and for decades and it's all thanks to her Christmas classic All I Want for Christmas is you will save you from hearing it again originally released in nineteen ninety four it's for the very first hits of our new decade the song has been on the Billboard hot one hundred in the nineties the two thousands the twenty tens and now the twenty twenties and we've been sick of it for decades and decades and yet we listened to it enough really in the top in over a nineteen year news ninety six point five W. D. B. L. let's go ahead and get your five day weekend yes it's Thursday forecast brought to you by U. S. heating and air conditioning is your FTV meteorologist Brian shields it's going to be a warmer finish to the week and then we'll see those changes this weekend as our next front moves in for today around seventy nine and a good deal of sun in the forecast staying dry really nice for tonight partly cloudy down to sixty seven two more ahead of the next run it's going to be even warmer eighty five degrees tomorrow slight twenty percent chance of a late day shower but tomorrow night and into Saturday better chance of rain scattered showers throughout the day on our Saturday seventy two and much much cooler on Sunday Sunday will wake up to the forties and highs only approaching sixty degrees thirties and forties Sunday night lots of sun on Monday highs in the mid sixties from channel nine Eyewitness News I need are all just Brian shield Bryan were still hanging on to our cool out whether this morning though it's heating up slightly at fifty seven year Claremont fifty eight here news ninety six point five W. D. B. L. safe such security triple team traffic.

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"ury" Discussed on Radio Free Nashville

Radio Free Nashville

01:54 min | 3 years ago

"ury" Discussed on Radio Free Nashville

"Walk back. Let's it we've been talking about the impact in, in terms of healthcare, and other things. That money in politics has had, let's go. They the national expert on this Kaelin supposedly Bill Belknap is the national director of move to amend. Move to amend dot org is the website. The Twitter handle is also at moved to amend Kaelin. Welcome back. Thank you, hear your voice, again, back catch us. So what's up? What are you guys doing now where where's moved to amend at how is how are the various states moving forward? How goes the battle. Yeah. Well, I hope I go to move on dot org and finer petition to join the campaign to amend the constitution to make clear that only human being constitutional, right. Not Gration and all that money is not each. We looking on the. United ruling so almost ten years ago. And I and you have been working on this issue before that, but has moved to amend and amendment had been introduced in congress, three Himes would be in the new congress. Instead ury I'm really excited that we have a new lead because Rick Nolan who had been original lead retired Fiorentino Pol star that she is, is our new lead in the how that's great. Isn't that the congressional progressive caucus Mark McKenna on that thing? Yeah. We're excited to be working with preventitive diet hall great. And she came on in part, because we passed the ballot initiative in her fate of Washington, and he was inspired by that, and volunteer to, to pick up the rain when Nolan retired so about Bates binding. He's a bit busy working on Medicare for all at the beginning of this year. So we're really kind of just getting two things in DC..

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How Common Is Postpartum Depression in Dads?

BrainStuff

06:11 min | 3 years ago

How Common Is Postpartum Depression in Dads?

"Today's episode was brought to you by the new Capital One saver card with which you can earn four percent cashback on dining and entertainment. That means four percent on checking out that new restaurant everyone's talking about and four percent on watching your team win at home. You'll also earn two percent cashback at grocery stores and one percent on all other purchases. Now when you go out you cash in what's in your wallet? Welcome to brain stuff from how stuff works. Hey, brain stuff, Lauren Vogel bomb here for some time. Researchers and mental health experts have known the postpartum depression is not something solely experienced by new mothers new fathers to make spurious depression. We spoke with Brandon Eddie an assistant professor in the couple and family therapy program at the university of Nevada Las Vegas. He learned a little about postpartum, depression when his wife experienced it after the couple's first child and a studied how postpartum depression affects men to he wrote about it for a paper in the ury twenty nineteen edition of the journal of family issues. It's titled forgotten fathers postpartum depression in men. Already at ease hearing for many who applaud his efforts to force this illness more into the open Eddie said, I had a former co worker who read it and sent me a message. He said, I really appreciated your study. I could really relate with it. He said everyone asks how's your wife? How's the baby? And it ends there. I desperately want someone to ask. How are you doing? Many parents of new babies go through the baby blues mood swings anxiety. Trouble sleeping, and general sadness are all symptoms. But when those moods become more intense and last longer when overpowering fatigue sets in when a parent has problems bonding with a newborn or has that's suicide or if harming the baby those are all signs, the postpartum depression has set in postpartum depression can be especially difficult for men because of a widely held belief that it's a woman only illness much of the available information on postpartum depression is still aimed exclusively toward women. Even the National Institute for mental health defines the condition as quote a mood disorder that can affect women after childbirth yet, a twenty ten study shows that somewhere around ten percent of dads and twenty five percent in the three to six month period after birth experience postpartum depression, at ease research sites, another study that says that between twenty four and fifty percent of men whose partners have postpartum depression, also experience it, and of course as. Any serious depression? It can impact all aspects of men's lives their work, friendships and relationship with their partner and children. With the stigma that surrounds paternal postpartum, depression, the idea that it's for women only men don't get it. You didn't carry a baby for nine months? Just suck it up and be strong. Finding men willing to talk openly about their depression was not going to be easy. So any in his fellow? Researchers went to a source where anonymity rules and fathers felt free to speak their mind the internet after conducting searches for phrases like depression in new fathers, Eddie and his co authors, scoured chat, boards, blogs and other. Forums like read it to pull information from twenty-seven, new dads. Eddie said no one knows who they are. So there's not the same sense of shame. It's not like all eyeballs are upon you. So sometimes that makes it a lot easier to share their experiences. These people were in a safe place where they were able to express themselves. Eddie's research uncovered six main themes from those online comments first fathers need education, it became clear that although they may not have known what to call it. Many of the commenters were living with paternal postpartum depression. The second men experiencing because part of depression were anxious about adhering to gender expectations. One commenter said I wanted to cry and give up being a father. But I was afraid to acknowledge those thoughts and feelings and myself, it wasn't becoming of a man and father to feel those things third the fathers were repressing their feelings. For example, one said she's with the kids all day every day, and I'm home to help for six hours and can't handle it. Forth. The men felt overwhelmed. One said, I have the feeling that I'm constantly on the edge of bursting into tears fifth their own negative feelings lead to some resentment of their babies one said baby cries can unearth some darkness in me. I found. And sixth the fathers themselves felt neglected one said, I blamed both my wife and my son for my feelings of loss and insignificance. My wife seemed to consider me selfish and irresponsible. These were the common threads. And although of course, it sucks to have these feelings. They're completely valid these feelings are real recognized by scientists and caused some experts believe at least in part by chemical changes in men's bodies, postpartum, depression and women has been tied to a dip in the hormone estrogen, but women aren't alone in dealing with falling hormone levels men, experienced drop testosterone from early to late pregnancy. And that's been linked depression to. Most importantly fathers need to know that help is available a talk with the health practitioner, maybe the first step towards shaking postpartum depression. If seeing a psychologist is intimidating a family, doctor can help you reach diagnosis prescribed medications that may help and put you in touch with a mental health practitioner that you'd be comfortable with Eddie said, the sooner you get helped the better if you put this off you're going to have more distance grow between you and your partner you're going to is late yourself and you're going to put yourself in a bad situation. So seeking out help as soon as he recognized something off is really the way to go and the way to limit how much impacts you and your family. Today's episode was written by John Donovan and produced by Tyler clean, brain stuff is a production of iheartmedia. House two forks for more on this and lots of other mental health topics. Visit our home planet. How stuff works dot com. And for more podcasts from iheartradio. Visit the iheartradio app. Apple podcasts are wherever you listen to your favorite shows. Today's episode is brought to you by the new Capital One saver card. Earn four percent cashback on dining and entertainment two percent at grocery stores and one percent on all other purchases. Now when you go out you can cash in what's in your wallet.

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