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Saved By the Bell' reboot creators apologize for joking about Selena Gomez's kidney transplant

Donna and Steve

00:48 sec | 2 d ago

Saved By the Bell' reboot creators apologize for joking about Selena Gomez's kidney transplant

"Know if you guys have watched new saved by the bell reboot yet. Oh, yeah. It just premiered on Peacock. And shortly after Respect. Selena Gomez was trending on Twitter. Now this is because the show poked fun at the signal Singers kidney transplant from 2017. In one scene, it says, Does Selena Gomez even have kidneys and that's written on the wall. And in another scene, the characters are joking about who gave Selena Gomez Her new kidney, and they joked that it was Justin Bieber's mom. So there's this backlash know about Yvette Selena Gomez is sitting somewhere like Wait. Why? Why ever you making me a part of this? Why did I dont Oh, just minding my own business. I thought so, since the backlash saved by the Bell has issued a statement apologizing and they also donated to a charity. I'm sorry, but I think she's probably happy that they donated. But other than that, I'm sure she could care less

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Will Biden win Texas?

10 10 WINS 24 Hour News

00:27 sec | Last month

Will Biden win Texas?

"Are still being counted and a clear presidential winner is not yet in sight. Democrat Joe Biden needs Texas to top off a win. But ABC News contributor Matt Dowd says that is a likely I think, In the end, Biden's going to get really close in the state as I look at the numbers very close closer than any presidential candidate. In 40 some odd years, but I don't think he's gonna have enough. It's those last two or three points that are really hard, but he'll get really close and you see news contributor Yvette

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"yvette" Discussed on 3 in 30 Takeaways for Moms

3 in 30 Takeaways for Moms

02:12 min | Last month

"yvette" Discussed on 3 in 30 Takeaways for Moms

"When my husband Ryan and I I got married I had no idea how difficult it would be to just talk to each other. Sometimes when we were dating, I could pour my heart out to him with ease but almost fifteen years of marriage later at the end of long days with working kids a lot of times we are just tired. Sometimes, during the day I, am literally counting down the minutes to when I can talk to Ryan about a decision I have to make or a struggling facing. But by the time our kids are in bed and we have the chance to connect it just feels too hard to verbalize everything that's on my mind or to give him all of the background on a decision I have to make for my business and so I just don't try sometimes there's just so much resistance to. Even. Getting dialogue started. That's why I've been so intrigued amazed by a couple whose podcast I started listening to several months ago Glennon Yvette Henry from the how married are you podcast in their biweekly episodes they talked so openly with each other about their hearts in their struggles, their conflicts with each other and the ways that they're growing and changing as they raise their young family while building their amazing company belief in fatherhood I know you're going to love hearing their tips for how to. Hear and understand your partner. But before we jump into that conversation I, just want to remind you about this month sponsor infancy. A nonprofit program of optometry cares away foundation. This amazing organization provides comprehensive infant eye exams for babies ages six to twelve months absolutely free this week on instagram shared about the program and one mother commented and shared an amazing story and I asked her if I could share it here she agreed and this is what she said my nephew. was eight months old when my sister heard about the infancy program and took him to the optometrist. It was discovered that he had a pediatric cataract even though there was no noticeable side effects, he was able to have surgery and get it removed and is now a healthy funny intelligent and very athletic fifth-grader. If his cataract had been caught even one year later, he most likely would have been permanently blind in that eye his vision was literally saved because of infancy. What an inspiring story and it definitely speaks to the importance of taking action and making.

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Talking On Tik Tok

Mentally Yours

05:35 min | Last month

Talking On Tik Tok

"One welcome into the yours Metro Kerry Kayes. Mental. Health. PODCAST. My Name's Yvette and stay on chatting to izzy staten. Jesus social? Media. Star. Who Talks about all things mental health on her tiktok Youtube and instagram and she's also a singer. We're going to be chatting about life online eating disorders and making music. is He thought much protecting welcomed does all thank you for having me on so excited to be chatting to honest. For several reasons. But nicely, because you WANNA stunned Tiktok your big puzzle take home and I'm very excited about that. Also bit sketches like. The understanding TIKTOK. So I think the best thing is district took about a why did you decide to start talking about mental health stuff on that platform? Well, I talk about my mental health problems on all social media platforms specifically because I have. Known a school borderline personality disorder. which has quite a lot of negative connotations around it about like stereotypically will people alike with it and I wanted to show people you lot of different people that you wouldn't expect might have. and so that was ready wireless. So vocal on social media platforms and take talks a great. site to solve tell funny stories from your podcast, and because I've been mentally ill for quite a while. Most of like my funny entertaining stories are often around that. Yeah really love it over Steph. Sort of check out your account is really great end enough sort of how frank you're TIKTOK. Really interesting. I think it's one of those things that people my age of. Any like sued if anyone twenties is still kind of going on this thing, I would we actually do with it but basically frank chats with people. Just speak your mind and also you've got to adorable dog Seeing Ahmad, about dokes Bichon FRISE is that right? Yes, she is a beach on free say She's fiery key. She's the love of my life. Yeah. Already her on there as well I think it kind of helps keep things light between. Sometimes. It's a bit hard just by mental health stuff but you will say. Your Doable Dolan there as well. So it's nice to have the mixture. On Yeah She's always Kind of response if you had some people, do you have a find it difficult to just about your mental health them in that sort of way because I know that people combative. That can sort of get into into dams. That sort of stuff have you found it? When I was younger, actually my school didn't assembly about time that I had tried to kill myself. which was the first time I'd ever have people of coming into my DM's saying, Oh, I, heard this happened to you and you get a now with talking about it as well. You get a lot of people that will dm you and say, Oh, I'm ready struggling with my mental health and sometimes it's difficult because if you integrate place with your mental health, it's very difficult to help others and you can feel of responsibility when you have a load of twelve, thirteen, fourteen year olds mass you saying that they're ready L. and they need a little help and then getting it so it can be a lot to take but generally. I don't, mind if. People make. Negative commands all criticize me talking about it because I personally don't see a problem was talking about it. I'm very careful about what I say I didn't give people especially in regards to Anorexia or self. self-harm a lot of people when they talk about it can accidentally give tips. I'm very careful with that so I have. I'm like a Schule that what I'm saying is not going to negatively impact people. Some people think on the Internet you'RE GONNA end up offending someone. Yeah. Couse. Do you have sort of boundaries in place in terms of what should go online and instead of what you'd have? Generally, I try not to follow too many people with mental health issues I mean I. Obviously I follow a lot like to have variety or I think you can sometimes become too consumed and people can post a lot of. Quite upsetting sometimes because people can pass like I'm feeding ready down. Awful. So I sort of like to try and keep a variety to make sure that I didn't become too embroiled in just the negative stuff. This is all new to me to be honest Kazakhstan. The TIKTOK side of things new to Mina city of on Youtube another social platforms. But for me sort of twisters, the place that I. Got It to chat to be about mental health stuff generally, and I'm still getting to grips with TIKTOK. What was the community like on Tiktok in terms of mental health checks on a straight feels fairly supportive of. TIKTOK is very supportive on it's mostly. So of Gen, Z. Kids. And I think as a whole always really sports each other the thing about Tiktok that's quite different to a lot of other platforms is that every time you release a video, it can be seen by a whole new audience of people. If it gets picked up by the Algorithm, it will get to it can go out to hundreds and thousands of people. and so you're always interacting with a new audience. From tiktok in. Particular I've never had many negative comments to be honest. They've always been really quite leaned.

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New Louisville Police Chief Takes The Helm During Tense Time In The City

All Things Considered

04:54 min | 2 months ago

New Louisville Police Chief Takes The Helm During Tense Time In The City

"See its third police chief take office since the police killing of Briana Taylor in March. Yeah, that Gentry will serve on an interim basis and will be the first black woman to lead the department. She previously served as a deputy police chief with the force before retiring in 2014. Gentry takes on the helm during a tense time in the city. There's been protests over Taylor's death for months, followed by anger over the lack of charges for her killing. And now a delay in the release of grand jury recordings, which her family and others have demanded. Chief Gentry joins me now Welcome to all things considered. Thank you for having me Well, let's start with the killing of Rianna Taylor. There's been a lot of criticism about the actions of the officers involved at night to remind listeners. Briana was asleep with her boyfriend when police arrived, and most witnesses say police did not identify themselves. Taylor's boyfriend says he shot towards the door and self defense thinking the police were intruders. Taylor was shot and killed after police opened fire. How do you characterize the police activity that led to Brianna's death? Well, that is the part that we're looking at. Now. Take over tomorrow. I've had just 1 ft briefing yesterday. So everything I know about the Briana Taylor case really is just as a citizen getting information from media. I am too anxiously awaiting to see what the G presented because what's important to me is that the proper scope of the investigation was done. People want to know from start to finish what happened in that case, and I certainly want to know that I think the public and the family deserves that as well. And the officers who are out there on the front line. How do you view your role In this moment? You've been in law enforcement for a very long time, and you've decided to step in At this pivotal point in history after being in retirement, right. I gave up a whole lot of comfort because I could see a lot of people both invited agency and out here protesting that really were uncomfortable with the way things were happening. And so I feel like I was best suited to stand in the gap. I know the agency. I know the city. I know a lot of the inequities that have taken place across the city, and so I can come in here and make sure that we create better conditions for people. So that they don't feel left out. And they don't feel angry all the time and disenfranchise because I know how that feels to be a black woman that have lived in various parts of the city over the course of my 15 year life. I'm curious that the department come to you, or did you step up? I really had more community people coming to me and some police officers, But I had a lot of leaders across the community that came to me is that you've met. I believe you're the person for this time, But the more and more that I thought about it and, you know, I'm a Christian person will believe in prayer and afraid about it, And I thought about the sacrifice of some of my co workers over the years. Other black women across the city And so I said, I know the systems and I will come in here, and I believe that even for a short time I compared us in a direction that is gonna make Louisville better place. Black Americans make up about one quarter of Louisville's population, but only about 10% of the department officers are black. What's the disconnect? I think a lot of it is pushed back again. The community. I mean, if you look at any of the videos from some of the protests and some of the way that the black offices were portrayed as traders, you know a lot of the things that happened in the media and also happen on the streets every day really make it a very, very tough sale for African American officers. One of the officers involved in the shooting. John Mattingly sent a letter to his colleagues calling some protesters thugs and saying criminals were being canonized. How widely do you think his views are our shared in the department? You know, I still wholeheartedly believe in the overwhelming majority of the police officers here. There is a lack of discipline. You know, I think we had several commanders kind of getting on. Social media and different things and putting those comments out that are very disheartening, inappropriate and they send the wrong message to the officers are on the front line, but we have to deal with that lack of discipline at the top. You have spent 20 years with the department, including several is deputy police chief. You heard from your community who said they wanted to see you in this role. For people who feel like the department hasn't done enough to reform. What is the case for putting you in charge? You know, the reforms are going to take a life of its own. But I will tell you this. I'm not a fan of taking a lot of tools off the table because the reality is it moves deadly forth up, which is supposed to be the overarching goal that we're trying to prevent. So I think the important thing is to focus on recruitment to make sure we have the right person because the right pool in the wrong hands is always going to be a bad idea. So if we get the right men and women in here, then the schools are going to be used appropriately. That's Yvette Gentry, who starts his interim police chief of Louisville, Kentucky. Tomorrow, Iraqi leaders say Secretary of State

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"yvette" Discussed on Ask Me Another

Ask Me Another

07:38 min | 2 months ago

"yvette" Discussed on Ask Me Another

"Wings Yeah you. GotTa Sake is I feel good about myself? Myself. Feel good. Thanks. You did a great job. I feel like there's something in all of this that was our personal best. Leading Green. Director Yvette Nicole Brown thank you so much what a pleasure. Thanks thank you for having us and thank you Jonathan Thinking. Andy Richter and Yvette Nicole Brown star in the audible original series from room. ECO-DESIGN JOE FIRESTONE and Manolas Moreno host of the podcast. Dr Game Show. So Hey, do you remember when you guys were on stage with us back in January? It was at the bell. House. In front of a big crowd Oh. Yeah I'm to. Do we start recording. Is it? This is the show Oh. I was like oh I thought you were just doing small. Because the show is small talk now now it makes me feel like you think the show should be better than it is. Oh. Man I mean. The last ten seconds where the peak of the show right now. We're almost wrapped we're. He asks me all the time we started. I do miss your audience though. They're a lovely audience. It's good to see you too. Okay. ME, in your audience go with. ME. And you know. So we obviously are doing this in this format now and you guys are also continuing Dr Game Show Yeah Yeah. We are on this very same format in the same format and what do you think has it brought out the best in you the best in Well the first time we did it. We zoom bumped. No. Starting with pictures, of case, the as an ending with human case. And it was really bad and then after that, we learned about zoom safety and now it's been better. Did they really start with pictures of is? Yeah. I think they looked pretty good. I was still play full. It got really. Place like. Etiquette to Kinda easy into horror. Haircut and then you say Yan and then he it looks Right you both did so well in our games last time we made them harder this time I feel like last time Joe is purposely trying to lose. That's not true and that's so rude. Ask. That's okay. This this'll be great. So in this first one, you're going to be competing against each other. She'll take turns. This game is called the birds and the bees, and we're going to tell you about some mating habits of the natural world and you're just going to tell us whether the behaviors were describing are real or fake Joe, this first one's for you. Oh, shoot. Okay. After. Mating. A female praying mantis will always finish things off by cannibalizing her mate usually by biting his head off. Oh I. Hope. So this is a hopeful true. I love a hopeful true. Unfortunately, it is false. It is, but it's sort of put together because the truth is that she will do this. She will do this. But not always not always when she doesn't. Yes. Basically it's when she's hungry or. Or if he has irritated her. Bonello. Here's one for you. True or false win some species of anglerfish are ready to get busy. The male bites the body of the female and becomes a permanent parasite on her body fusing their tissue and bloodstreams. That's just. A metaphor for my list relations. False. It is actually true. I gotta think about that for a while. All Right Joe true or false during hating the male argonaut octopus self amputates his. Best arm of Eight. And swims away. Was that a euphemism? One of his eight legs is his mating. Oh what Well there's it's a that's a that's. That's the hose for the Octopus Garden. Okay. So let's see. I'M GONNA go ahead and say, Fox it's actually true. Shoot always say the wrong one I'm going back through my memory of all the times I shook in octopus complicit. Right. All right, this is the last one. Manalo is this true or false? The New Mexico whip tail a female only species of Lizard has completely done away with males reproducing asexually. The. I would say it's true. You're correct. It is absolutely true. Well, go lizards, I know that's like the plot Adak comic book why the last Man. Really. Good WHY LAST LIZARD Well done great game you both did wonderful. So you're, you are super busy right now. guess. So yeah are you continuing to do animated shorts for yourself? I thought you were GONNA. Ask Me if I'm still taking showers how our the houses shower going. It comes and goes. My. My reminders if something sticks to me. starburst wrapper on me the last time I showered. Along. Do you think it had been there? Well, I eat starburst almost every day. So there's no tilling, but it really didn't feel good. Yeah. Have you ever I've found like? Like chips chip pieces in my hair have chips. Chips potato chips. FALL ASLEEP WITH A, Chip Bank Pretty much like eating in front of the television we get. We get to the end sometimes you have to tip it up small piece. Style. Yeah. When you get to the bottom of the bag of use a straw. Oh. Advocate strive in this day and age. Middle Superstar please I got clog in my medal straws theriault. All right would you guys be for for another game? Estimate another. All right. So in this game judge, the golden will be singing you the clues I. Love this. And it's about something a many of us are not getting much of or any of these days sleep. Yes. We wrote Classic Children's lullabies to be about sleep. AIDS.

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Fun Trivia with Hilary Swank, Andy Richter and Yvette Nicole Brown

Ask Me Another

05:23 min | 2 months ago

Fun Trivia with Hilary Swank, Andy Richter and Yvette Nicole Brown

"Joining us right now we have Andy Richter and Yvette Nicole Brown hello. Hello, hi Oh vera. Out of the So Hey, you know it's amazing to have you both on and also both of you are really have done. A lot of game shows Andy. You have even done the top echelon of what our listeners love jeopardy celebrity jeopardy I was on twice. Yeah. The second time I was on was part of a celebrity tournament of champions. The winners from that were supposed to come back and we ended up Conan and I were on the tonight show, and then we weren't on the tonight show. then. Went on a tour and the day of the remainder or the next step of the tournament was our opening night of the tour. So I was in. Eugene. Oregon while Isaac Mizrahi filled in for me apparently not my I mean I'm perfectly happy to. Fill in for me. Is If. He made most of his career based on your cancellations. I believe he does exactly exactly my womenswear line I just couldn't finish. Right head. And, Yvette you have been on a loads of game shows. Yeah. What is your favorite game show appearance as a contestant been? Oh Gosh. You're so hard I really love Hollywood game night the Jane Lynch because you never know what game it's going to be I can I can also speak to Hollywood game night they pour the booze down there they do. You. Listen I'm very competitive. So every time I do the show I don't drink because. I nothing makes me happier than winning someone else money, and so I'm there to help those people about how To propose it everybody I'm Michael be tossing back. Whiskey sours and being the reason why? I know Andy. This yes. September thirteenth you are bringing back. The live streaming event from the Sitcom yelled Andy Richter controls the universe. Yes and so what prompted this event? I mean people have been doing this cast reunion table Ridi thing for charity online because you know there's a lot of attention starved people. Get some attention and they tell you get entities that need our help. No, that's secondary. Today virtual reunion of the community cast. Recently when we did it for community, it was from the kindness of our hearts, Andy Richter. All right. All right. Right. You did that in May right we do now do you keep in contact with the your other cast mates? We've always had a group chat or two going I found out during that charity event that Donald Glover wasn't in our current. Routes. Something funny. Happened in. Somebody had some further information about the joke and I said put in the group Jen. Donaldson. Put it into what? Is it the thing nobody would since ever exclude Donald Glover for any other reason besides being respectful of Donald Glover's time We let him know like listen man, you are a lion king. On Somali. Music and stuff. So He's in the group chat. Now at least once a week he goes why did I ask to be here because? We text each other. So I WANNA talk about your new project on audible room room. But let's play a game right and this game is called hooked on lyrics. What we've done is we've asked some kids to read lyrics to popular music that was popular before they were born. They probably have never heard any of these songs before, but we haven't to read the lyrics and your job is just to guests the songs. So we're GONNA start with you in gets aric. My name is Jane. I'm nine years old and I'm from new. York. The faith thousand day use so to ask they had to feel. That future boom boom Ah. Okay. Can I say that I missed most of it because I was I, think oscillating listening to her. Yet black-eyed peas black eyed peas boom boom POW, is the name of the song. Oh Are In anti. This one is for you. This is Jane again, and this time she's got some lyrics from a Nobel prize winning folksinger still laugh about everybody that was hanging out now you don't talk. So out now you don't seem so proud about having to me scratching next meal. That is like a rolling stone by Bob Dylan. Absolutely, correct that's right. I'm pretty sure as a nine year old, she does not have a Bob Dylan poster in her room. Not yet not yet not she's a fan of Nobel Prize winner she might. That's

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Yvette Gentry, former deputy chief, to be Louisville's interim top cop starting Oct. 1

Kentuckiana's Morning News

00:47 sec | 3 months ago

Yvette Gentry, former deputy chief, to be Louisville's interim top cop starting Oct. 1

"L. MPD chief Rob Schroeder. Is exiting that job and a face familiar toe. L MPD is stepping in until a permanent chief is named a shake up this summer in the Louisville Metro Police Department has left the city looking for a new police chief Mayor Greg Fischer Monday, said current in term chief Rob Schroeder's plenty to retire on October 1st. In the meantime, we need another experience respected, distinguished public safety professional To take on the role of interim chief of our Police department. And I'm happy to announce that the new interim leader of L. A P D, is a vet Gentry. Gentry spent over two decades with El MPD as she was appointed deputy chief in 2011, retiring in 2014 Gentry is the first woman to ever leave the department. Sean Gallagher news radio 8 40.

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Interview With Trey Haley

Black Girl Nerds

06:18 min | 3 months ago

Interview With Trey Haley

"Hey, guys welcome to the black GRONER's podcast. I'm your host lying and as you probably guessed. Unless? You've been hiding from it. We're still in the Kobe nineteen. We're still hanging out in the pandemic. Times out of ten, you're probably trying to figure out what you're going to watch on the streaming service. You know what movies are out right now and at the same time things are being canceled and push bag. But every once in a while, you can find like a little project, a little indie project this last through that, you can check out the me wouldn't have got the tension in the past and the past Hollywood because reinventing these days. It's all. Got Me thinking I'm like well Andy Andy Projects `Dinu thing now for Hollywood can be a new formula for how Hollywood Cannes film because they're used to the smaller budgets and used to make things work. But you have to take my word for it I. Do have an expert with me today. My guest today is Indie director Trey Haley and he's has had quite the influence on bt plus if you see where I'm going with that. He also has a series, the family business, always a bridesmaid which features the visa which you guys know by the way is going to be bad woman. So I, had the in my head to point that out straight and his his my favorite project of his at ease erected is called note to self. It's like a really cute romance movie like I don't know if you guys are check this out as Christian keyes Letroy. Lucky I just it's. So it's so I love I didn't know I didn't know you directed this trey and I decided to get shot because that's one of my favorites. Thank you. Thank you. You're welcome. Go ahead I'll. I'll let you take talking to know enough I just want to keep you up here. Appreciates you. Thank you for having me on and. Yet notice we shut that several years ago on actually Christian actually wrote that moving Christian keys actually real. Wow. Okay. So that was cool. When you know like you said, Eva was evil Pickford and I mean, that was a really fun movie to do that was Yeah. It looked like a lot of fun like I was always wanted like so you never know I guess and I'll get we'll. Get hopefully we can get a little secrets from you and and how you've got an industry but you never know when you're going to get another one of those projects but to me it was so cute I would have wanted a second one but you never know what's going on you know with that kind of stuff and you know that world and Hollywood and everything right? Right? No No, you know That wind just it was just that one note to self. Really what? Part to ever really created for it but right right Sometimes, we get the part to sometimes it's just like you know it's like even always a bridesmaid people keep asking. Is there going to be a part of this? You know no Yvette Nicole Brown wrote that movie and that. She's now. Made her thing we we should make our to we'll let you know what would Yeah Right. But yeah. So yeah, that's cool. But yeah. So you have a lot of a lot of products going, which is really dope because you kind of like I think it's really cool. your career by the way when I was researching because you, you're kind of you're kind of under the radar but not necessarily like your hat and stuff. It's just Hollywood had this weird way of like surveys out there as we know yeah, yeah. It's it's one of those things I think as we continue to go. Yeah we like let the work speak for itself. You know a lot right now what we do, they see what we do. We also consider ourselves in indy studio in meaning like we you know from locations to our resources out here in Los Angeles to the relationships we have with distributors in allowing ourselves to be positioned to where we still have ownership within our property that we create and collaborate with networks or distributors where we both owned The property together you know like. Fifty or or licensing deals where we bring in the capital two so that we have some crew you know more creative. Input into what we're making so that we'd contrite or read about the Dome of these projects is well. And do you feel guess going on what I was off the top? Do you feel because I feel in my opinion any projects could kind of give a rollback or or blueprint for how they could go about filming. 'cause I know everybody's been question is how are they going to finish a lot of these TV shows? You know how they're gonNA finish she's movies because you guys correct me if I wrong with you guys deal with on a daily basis. Okay. Budgets. How am I going to get this done with this little better? You know these amount of actors yeah. Yeah Yeah we look like we we always say we. We do our best to quality you know every new project, we just make sure we're growing and building and building level. We can make sure that are actors are excited about working but the big thing for us is given people rolls that they don't often get. As one of our things, you know when we cast, we look for opportunities to give people unique. Like we say, Hey, will you know what this person may be interested in his role because they've never done this before you know right earl instead of looking at somebody and say they will never do it. They may actually do it because they've never done it before it's kind of like the Halle Berry scenario with monster's ball right nobody. Yeah. That role because she was at the time is far will you know obviously, they didn't even consider her it first for this, but then our passion to play something. So different. Placed her into this situation. So it's a of actors here that are just always been putting by. So doing the same thing, you see them doing those same. Sometimes, they always win the same role. What's not good that they just want to do the same role that's what they're being presented to him. A lot of times will right take you flip it say, Hey, I know you do that. That's your bread and butter, but here's a scenario. May We pay half of what you get. But right right. But it now is going to show you the value. Is it for you something different so now you can walk away from this people can say, wow, I never see this person like that before which explain exactly. So it's about also giving people adding value that's what our world collaborative company we love like whether it's behind the scenes in front of scenes we're always in collaboration and making sure we have a win win scenario with everybody we work with but then when this covert scenario as you were saying. It's also about. You know we're we're about to go back into filming at the end of the month and.

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"yvette" Discussed on The Convo with Kisha

The Convo with Kisha

06:42 min | 3 months ago

"yvette" Discussed on The Convo with Kisha

"I think oh well at it goes a long and it goes along with loving yourself but understanding and knowing the value of self-worth I think is huge and I think there's so many of us that struggle with it and we accept anything that comes our way as opposed to asking for what we want both. Yes and you have to remind yourself all the time because the one thing I've learned is that we're creatures of habit and I I can know my song I can love myself but you know, we fall in love we fall into relationships we give it all and then you kind of forget those lessons that you've learned. Yeah, and I think you have to keep reminding yourself. You know, I am worthy. I am not going to just accept whatever comes I am going to ask for what I wad. Always being prudent. I mean obviously but because it's a give-and-take self-love self-worth and being just having self compassion. I think I think that's awesome. I think that's like totally also especially when you think about yourself cuz we can't serve others unless it's just taking care of ourselves girl. That should be a prayer. You know, it's funny because I didn't never really understood. I can't give give it all and not give to myself because at some point out that tank is going to dry out and no one's going to get anything. Yes. So yes absolutely caring loving yourself caring for yourself is definitely up there. Yes, so true and I think it just makes me think about that saying what they say. You can't pour from an empty cup. Yes. And so I tell people all the time like it's so important for you to take care of yourself. That is so important for you to practice self-care and not not do it, you know on occasions like self-care it should be done every single Day, you know find something that you love do it everyday to make yourself feel better cuz we have so much to give to the world and we can't do that. We are Miss we can't do that if we're not taking care of ourselves. So I just saw that's the thing. That's one of the things we definitely should be doing is being kind and loving ourselves that all those things. So I just love it like all your stuff was. So beautiful like you gave us so much good information about, you know, being awake and all of that so tell us how we can get connected with you and I'll make sure all of that information is in the show notes. So my my website awakens woman, it's awakened woman. I'm on Instagram as woman awakens on Twitter as woman awakens and on faith spoke with the I think the handle is aw inspires. And honestly, if you just Google my name, you'll find homes for all the world to see that's another thing. I'm still getting used to by the way. I'm like, oh my God people that just Google my name and finds it off. Yeah, but that's a good thing because my goal is to spread positive messages to help Inspire other women. So they please, you know, if need some inspiration definitely check out awakens woman and the interesting thing about this whole You know this phase of my journey is I've been able to meet women from all walks of life women who've done really well women who were jeeze, you know born in affluent families and you know, those who came from nothing Ryan's would I am finding is that doesn't matter how much money you have how big your house is how it doesn't matter where you come from. We are all connected by our experiences. There is so much overlap that it's a it's beautiful because it makes it reinforces my belief that we can all learn from each other. It doesn't matter where we come from, right? That is so beautiful. Oh, that's so awful. I have certainly enjoyed chatting with you learning more about you and what you do to help other way. It's just been totally awesome. Thank you. you so much for having me. I really enjoyed our conversation. It is certainly a pleasure and this probably will not be the last time we checked definitely have you back on to share more about your program and and what you're doing. Thank you. Thank you so much and you owe and then you could also find on my side the information on my book which just turned two years. It's all about my journey of you know from being married and having you know my God, you know church wedding my fairy we call it fairy tale. I think, you know having the fairytale wedding to my depression and the entire Journey wage. It's out there in a book. You can find it on Amazon and Barnes Noble. So, you know, it's it definitely gives you hope that's so awesome to hear definitely need to get the book and all of that and support you in any way that you know, we all can so. Thank you so much for that. Thank you. Thank you very much, and I hope to talk to you again. Yes, definitely..

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"yvette" Discussed on The Convo with Kisha

The Convo with Kisha

07:59 min | 3 months ago

"yvette" Discussed on The Convo with Kisha

"Oh boy. Oh what the loaded questions today? Huh? My biggest win, you know home and my biggest win is When someone tells me that they've read what I've heard they've read one of my articles often it touched them. It changed them. It made them cry. So have that power to be able to use your words to heal people or to make them feel something right? I think it's magical. So that's my biggest one. Yes, that is wonderful. It just really makes you think about what's really important. You know, when you could do that. They that you know, you've touched them that way it really makes you you know wonder about that. So, what about what's been your biggest challenge? biggest challenge My biggest chance I know that it is so I recently been asked to I have to I've been I've started the process of building my Brands and when I started all this I I was sort of hesitant to show my picture show my face wage, you know, I because it wasn't about me. Yeah, but I've realized that is part of the package so either so I think putting myself up there and and even on Instagram, you know, I'll put clothes and I'll click, you know, I'll just I'll do some right up and off the engagement is different when I put out. Let's say a picture with the message right? So I think I think that's been challenging because it means put off. A face to the name and I am completely proud of a w it's just I never want people to think that for me. The the whole key for me is the writing is the message. It's not about you know, what I'm wearing what I look like, that's not what it's about. Exactly. So that's that's been the biggest challenge but I'm working to balance that out. I don't want too much of one thing or the other. I'm trying to balance it out. Right right question. Yeah. That is that's a lie, because I'm the same way like even for me it was like, oh, I hate the sound of my voice. I'll never do anything talking. So why you got a podcast, you know, why do you appear or speak at certain why we just always have something new to me people they attached to us. So we have to show our faces we have to you know off. Talk and and give speeches and things but yeah, I was exact same way. Like why do you need my face on it? Why do I have to be home? I did I did and it's on YouTube. I did an interview and it was an interview with two women. It was I forgot the writers corner and one woman was was in South Africa off. The other post was in Tennessee. And that was the first time I was on video and I was like, oh like if it's really weird to sort of see your face home, so I haven't done one of those again, but I'm doing another one next week and I July when it's my first one and she was like, I really want you on the show and I'm like, oh my gosh, so am I know so we continued that'll be interesting because I have a lot of facial expressions and I talk with my hands. So, you know, I'm I'm Latina birth This is and it's I just I want to be me. I don't want to look a certain way or portray myself for certain jobs. I just want to be me, right? Yes, that's me. I'm just like okay. Yeah, I seen your post pictures you all fabulous has to be like, okay, let's do this job for me. If I go with my mouth wide open showing all my teeth like and they called me in the morning cuz I'm trying to be like not seeing anything so hard. Well, totally natural natural. I appreciate that. Thank you so so much. So if you could deliver one message to the listeners, you know that inspires them and Powers them encourages them. What would it be one message? Give us as many you want to see, you know, I'm saying this you got the floor. I would say. Don't limit yourselves dream big. I create the biggest dream you can and go after it the worst that could happen is that it won't materialize but I do believe or let's say, you know, I mean be realistic obviously, but I don't think it's about the big house. I don't think it's about the million dollars in the account. Although that would be nice a couple extra examples for college tuition off, but it's truly about the journey. Like I'm you know, I'm I just started this journey a couple of years ago and took it hasn't been obviously about monetizing because I'm not I'm really not profiting. It's it's been about the journey. It's been about the amazing women that I've met with the nuggets of wisdom that every single woman has given me the inspiration that every woman has given me and learning so much about myself. I am stronger than I thought that was I am more creative than I ever thought possible. Yeah, and I wouldn't have learned all these things where it not if I didn't set on this journey, I didn't know about I didn't even I got to tell you like people ask me what when did you start writing? Did you go to school? You know? No, I took four years of psychology liberal arts, and I didn't set out to be a writer but I found my passion. I found my purpose. It's really about the journey. Yeah, don't be afraid of what's possible. Don't be afraid of finding out the truth of who you are because I'm not saying it's all going to be good, but we're not perfect. We're not I mean, we're human beings but embrace the journey and there will be good and bad times, but we'll learn from each of those moments pass. So I'd say set out to.

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"yvette" Discussed on The Convo with Kisha

The Convo with Kisha

02:30 min | 3 months ago

"yvette" Discussed on The Convo with Kisha

"Also about those who are watching me who's watching me right now. Are they saying like, oh my gosh, she just left this good job, you know, they always say oh you just set that good job, then, you know, it's going to empower them to say I probably do that too. Absolutely at the end of day if you obviously they're you know, they're calculated risks, but if you don't take a risk your own not going to know if I mean you're not going to know so no, I understand that I get that. Yeah never you have to take some risks. Yep. Yeah, and if you you know, and I think if you make if you take that step It's go big or home you have have to make it work? Right? Right, and I think sometimes when we took don't we we have this, you know, they sell you have this fear of missing out. Well, yeah, you do kind of have that fear of missing out because it's something so much bigger and greater out there for us that we never know how close to it. We are. If we don't keep going. Absolutely, and and I think the biggest part of that is just believing in yourself exactly if past you have to have that. Yep. That is so important. So since starting a w what has been your biggest win and your biggest challenge. Stay right there. We'll be right back after a word from our sponsor..

"yvette" Discussed on The Convo with Kisha

The Convo with Kisha

08:10 min | 3 months ago

"yvette" Discussed on The Convo with Kisha

"And that was that part was not there anymore. I mean, I still had to take care of my daughter but dead. Is it it's different? So I thought about all the women that were going through, you know, all these different emotions and insecurities and fears and I started writing and my book came from that whole experience and and I always say this I feel like awakened a woman came to me it I honestly did not set out to you know, I didn't say, okay. Well, I'm going to start a blog it really wasn't about that. It was more about sharing my stories and touching lives and hopefully helping other women feel hope feel inspired to keep going. So that's that was the reason why it did and that's I guess that's why call it a community because you know, I hear about I mean hear from women all over the world from Kenya from France from I mean all parts of the World song The Middle East and you know, they're like you're doing something incredible. I mean just reading your story if it gives me strength and that's that's powerful. Yes God. Yes. I love that because we don't understand sometimes how we Empower and motivate other women. Just other people in general. Jerry are stories. I recall talking one day to someone and just sharing with You know how I've been through a lot of things and they were like, oh my gosh, you know, I seriously was thinking about giving up and I was like why and they were just, you know, naming off some stuff that they have went through and they indicate by saying I'm looking at you now and you got through it. So I think I can get through it off so you can do anything with God and I'm just so you have to do it with no one but him but a lot of times are stories like your story and why you started this is so powerful because other women are going to be awakened other women are going to be motivated in power to do the the best that they can do and they're going to be able to help other women instead cuz it's almost like a domino effect of you think about it when one of us comes out and we discover who we are we tell everybody and their dog Try to help everybody and then they you know, someone else gets touched by it. So I think that is so great that you've started this and I think it's just amazing how you're going to touch other people's lives being really just putting them in a good place. Absolutely. That's the goal. I think I really do believe we're stronger when we work together. I mean we have work to do but I think I think women are catching on I mean we can do we can do amazing things if we pull together there is no, I don't I don't I've never I'm not like I'm competitive with myself. I feel like okay I did this but I could do a better but I've never felt that off competition with another woman. I honestly believe that we can help each other. It's almost like you can make a human chain and you can learn and you can grow and you can become strong. Anger just by helping each other. Yes, I think was so powerful like you just said is that us banding together? Like I already feel like we run the world in a way, you know, like I'm just like so much more together. It's just so much that we could do you get together. So let's talk a little bit about you. So your mother juggling two full-time jobs. Do you just kind of have days that you just want to give up the dream? Who are you serious? It's like like really but I mean what stops you from doing that tell you something funny. I was I interviewed this. I'm not going to give it away. But I I I started this empowerment series on a w and it's interviewing women from all walks of life well-known actresses entrepreneurs and I was having this I was doing interview today and I asked her that I asked the woman that question and not you know, I admitted to her that during the interview I said, you know the past week I've just felt like maybe this was something that you know, I can't keep up with I'll be honest. It's just it's I make no profit I make nothing off of it. I literally am building this to help others, right? So, you know, it's it's something that I'm I do literally all the dog. Getting I do all the writing because that is very personal. So I've written a girl I've written on the weekends woman alone about over four hundred. Plus I've contributed Drive magazine. I'm a writer for be Latina. So this is literally like I'm doing it. It's my passion. So, you know, I just this week it's sort of, you know, watching the news and thinking about school next year and just everything sort of got to me and I I just I've always felt like I have to be strong. have to be strong. I have to be strong last week. I just shut down. I guess they call it a melt some people call a meltdown. Some people say direction. I've just I'm like, oh my God, like maybe I should give something up and you want me to tell you something every single time that I even that that song. Has crossed my mind something happens during that moment or that 24 or 48 Hours, whatever something happens with that pushes me further towards my purpose. Yeah that point I'm like, okay. This is what I am supposed to do. So I can't can't give up because it to me. It's like it's just signed that this is the path that I am supposed to be on. Right right. So I just feel that it's bigger than me and even if it crosses my mind something always happens to show me know you have to keep going exactly exactly but we all have those days. Yes even more so I think was some people may not get home is that we do it sometimes without even like Thinking, you know like we we want to stop but then we're like I gotta keep going and we just keep going and and we're like, oh, wow, it almost want to suck and we just keep going and I think it empowers us to know that we're touching other people's lives. I think for me the main thing when I get those days cuz I have those days too. I just recently stepped out to be a full-time entrepreneur. I left, you know, five-figure almost off your all in. Yeah, so it's like it's now never but then I think about you know, God purposed me for something bigger. And in order for me to get it I had to step down and do my own thing but it wasn't even about me for one. It's about leaving Legacy for my family for my children, but it's.

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"yvette" Discussed on The Convo with Kisha

The Convo with Kisha

07:30 min | 3 months ago

"yvette" Discussed on The Convo with Kisha

"The LM experience is in a management firm located in Houston, Texas. We're committed to our high level of execution for any type of event from galles to workshops. We're sure to make your event and experience Leta existence with your party leaving. We're here to help contact us for more information at w w w dot L and experience, We don't just manage events. We bought a cute experiences. Hello. Hello you bet. How are you today? I'm well, thank you. Thank you for having me. I'm so excited to talk to you but see us before we get started tell the guests a little bit about yourself. So I am the author and founder of awakens woman and awaken woman is a it's a community. I can say it's a black and it is it has you know, three four hundred articles, but it's a community for women to help Inspire and Empower women to create their best life. I love that things. I love that. So I have a huge heart for women. My blog is just all about women are features amazing woman like yourself on there, but I love other women who Empower and love and motivate women like it's just we're like a force together dead. You know, absolutely I love I love that. I just loved it. So let's get started cuz I'm just excited for you to tell the listeners all about you know off your your calls cuz I say it's a cause there's a whole movement your community, you know everything about this cuz it's it's just so exciting to I love to hear other women empowering and helping women cuz sometimes we're so hard on each other that when we are this cool with each other. I love just for us to talk about that. So often tell us what is an awakened woman. That's a loaded question. It's interesting cuz I was having this conversation with someone a few hours ago. I felt for a while. I was sort of going through life sleepwalking. I was marriage. Happily married, you know, I was a wife Mom. I have a good job, but I kept feeling like something was missing off and I realized that it was it was me. I was nursing I was all these things to different people my daughter my husband wife boss, but I didn't know who I was and I was with my ex-husband for close to ten years. We were together close to ten years and when I suggested the Journey of finding myself, it was it was very confusing. It was painful. It was it was something that I had to do alone and it's really hard to do that when you're married. So I you know Against All Odds, I started that journey and at the I don't want to say the ends because the journey really does suck. Stop, but right I mean but during that part of my journey, we grew apart so long story short, we bought, you know decided to cut our losses and we got divorced and post once once we made that decision and I knew it was done at name was me and you know and my daughter it was oh man. It was literally I felt like my life imploded off and I literally, you know, when you break something down to build it back up. Yes, what happened to me? And from that came Awakening. I mean literally it was like opening my eyes to a different life of different me. But at the same time, I don't think it was a different me. I I just think it was the name. Me. Yeah, and that was my Awakening. It's it's it's hard. It's hard. Yes, I am awakened. So now I don't feel like I'm sleepwalking. I you know, I try to feel everything when I'm the self-awareness is just different. I mean when something's not making me happy I ask the questions and sometimes you don't want to you know, don't want those answers. I think embracing your truth is something very practical, but once you're awakened, you won't take anything else you won't be anyone else. So I think I think that's what awakens has been for me. Waking up to the real me. Oh my gosh, and I love that cuz you know a lot of times we don't know the real us. I remember when I first started blogging one of the articles, I wrote was called The Other Woman being the other woman and people were like, ooh girl what you're writing about and it had nothing to do with you know with being with someone else's man or husband. It was about being not being authentic not being who God created me to be now being that woman like you you should look in the mirror and you're like, who is this person you confirmed or transformed yourself to everything? Everybody else wanted you to be but not concern yourself with now who God created you to be so sad the fact that I hate you had to go through that, you know to get there, but I'm so glad that you suck. To started this whole movement and besides, you know, just you know your own personal trials you went through, you know, like what other reasons did you start awaken woman? Truthfully, you know when I was going through this process of divorce and finding myself, I felt incredibly alone and it wasn't a lack of support. I have my sister's I had my friends. I had my mom. I had people who said, you know, I'm here for you, but it's really something that you would have to do alone and I started thinking about all the women and as I healed because it's a process you don't Kyo in a day or month or two years, right? I I thought about all the women that are alone that have no support that have no one to go to and you know, I went through a you know depression because that's all I knew I wanted to be a wife and a mom take care.

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"yvette" Discussed on Mentally Yours

Mentally Yours

05:17 min | 6 months ago

"yvette" Discussed on Mentally Yours

"Hey if it's been like a long time since you've just had like just one on one chat. Offset. Bits of the country and. Fire laptops and things. It's really strange, isn't it? We thought would dip in different episodes this week because we didn't have an expert on talking about you know the bigger picture. How people being affected across the country? If they have mental health issues during the pandemic <hes>, we thought well. Why don't we talk about how we've been affected? Just so that people consider I. Guess get like a first person kind of. Account, because as I feel like a ban on this by about constantly, but you know I've got bipolar disorder and you've got the. Seating his. Fun But. It's nice to like maybe this hour. Bet as well and say you know when not experts here's how we're doing. How you guys doing is all. Like come chat. Please do as well because obviously. This is just a punk cost between two people right now, but like talk to us on twitter facebook again definitely. Correct! Yeah, so <unk> affects great, which is mentally ill, also mentally Juarez's the twitter. Absolutely I feel that. Give out advice about. We'll stick to routine and do some exercise, but like. Is Hard radio sniff. I mean white sticking tour routine. Because I. Know I would have done though is off to speaking to all these experts said constantly. How good routine is fuel mental health I have Rishon out my routine and on Sundays. Yeah, it isn't. It isn't 'cause, but the thing is like most days I managed to stick to it, and then I feel like a loser because I haven't done it, so the thing is the moment like my sleep is very bad, so even had a sleep expert on gave his tips it still like. It hasn't managed to stop me from I. Wake Radio early now, so my routine. It's like get up at seven o'clock but. My. But I'm actually waking up like three am. Four am five am. And really full of adrenaline Sir I. Don't feel I can go back to sleep at that point. So you get open. Do stuff or do you just stay in bed? He has an. Varies <hes> an I it something I really am trying to keep an eye on and keep track of because. Some days I wake up without of energy I'll be really creative rows of style for like writer. The song like. I'll just at one point <unk>. Nephew's birthday and I made minimum. A. Birthday, cake and a list and very helpful, but at the same time <hes> Hossam is just dislike I. Really need to be careful because the fight. What I'm describing is like. <hes> the the initial phases of potentially a hyper manic episode. So so all this creativity is great, but possibly is always thinking I. Really need to translate down. So what I do is already do one thing at a time, so even if I woken up at the a goal is ideas I'll be like well or so I'm Gonna I'm going to. Write, this thing I'm I'm going to do this of cleaning. I'M GONNA. Do but what can happen, is I want to do lots of stuff in between like I'll start doing the washing up. Then I'll start doing something, but what? I'll try to slow down as like. I'll do the washing up and finish it, and then all right some hurt tree, and finish them or like is <hes> is a bit. Crazy. You? You were going into hyper mania. What would? What would you do like? Are you able to kind of okay? This is what I need to do or is it I need kind of emergency urgent. Help at this point well, I mean the things like hyper menu mania. That's the thing like I'm not I'm not actually even that. Maybe. I'm maybe not even that worried about high mania because menu was manulife manual. When I've had it before is actually losing touch with the vanisi psychosis oldest gagged and stuff where you could potentially sections. Mania is things like <hes> to me is like spending lots of money impulsively being creative. Big Very talkative like so <hes>. Yeah, it's not ideal, and in terms of I mean to want to question in terms of like how how do I deal with that I mean? The things I've escaped like trying to slow down. Do One thing at a time I mean I have friends in my my mom said of checking checking off mate, not like in a way that they really ever talk about <hes> disorder, but they are regularly checking. Who May which is useful? Because if I stopped telling them that I think I can fly or something. They'll. Hopefully they'll nice young hopefully. Things I mean like my mom's sort of been through this with me before like so she. She knows like in my voice. On Hammond Speaking Mike where I am pretty much emotionally and I've identified you. I've been supreme much through all through the pandemic anyway like I've had at the moment I'm going to high, but in the post of being a bit of depression.

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Ellen and Yvette In Lockdown

Mentally Yours

05:17 min | 6 months ago

Ellen and Yvette In Lockdown

"Hey if it's been like a long time since you've just had like just one on one chat. Offset. Bits of the country and. Fire laptops and things. It's really strange, isn't it? We thought would dip in different episodes this week because we didn't have an expert on talking about you know the bigger picture. How people being affected across the country? If they have mental health issues during the pandemic we thought well. Why don't we talk about how we've been affected? Just so that people consider I. Guess get like a first person kind of. Account, because as I feel like a ban on this by about constantly, but you know I've got bipolar disorder and you've got the. Seating his. Fun But. It's nice to like maybe this hour. Bet as well and say you know when not experts here's how we're doing. How you guys doing is all. Like come chat. Please do as well because obviously. This is just a punk cost between two people right now, but like talk to us on twitter facebook again definitely. Correct! Yeah, so affects great, which is mentally ill, also mentally Juarez's the twitter. Absolutely I feel that. Give out advice about. We'll stick to routine and do some exercise, but like. Is Hard radio sniff. I mean white sticking tour routine. Because I. Know I would have done though is off to speaking to all these experts said constantly. How good routine is fuel mental health I have Rishon out my routine and on Sundays. Yeah, it isn't. It isn't 'cause, but the thing is like most days I managed to stick to it, and then I feel like a loser because I haven't done it, so the thing is the moment like my sleep is very bad, so even had a sleep expert on gave his tips it still like. It hasn't managed to stop me from I. Wake Radio early now, so my routine. It's like get up at seven o'clock but. My. But I'm actually waking up like three am. Four am five am. And really full of adrenaline Sir I. Don't feel I can go back to sleep at that point. So you get open. Do stuff or do you just stay in bed? He has an. Varies an I it something I really am trying to keep an eye on and keep track of because. Some days I wake up without of energy I'll be really creative rows of style for like writer. The song like. I'll just at one point Nephew's birthday and I made minimum. A. Birthday, cake and a list and very helpful, but at the same time Hossam is just dislike I. Really need to be careful because the fight. What I'm describing is like. the the initial phases of potentially a hyper manic episode. So so all this creativity is great, but possibly is always thinking I. Really need to translate down. So what I do is already do one thing at a time, so even if I woken up at the a goal is ideas I'll be like well or so I'm Gonna I'm going to. Write, this thing I'm I'm going to do this of cleaning. I'M GONNA. Do but what can happen, is I want to do lots of stuff in between like I'll start doing the washing up. Then I'll start doing something, but what? I'll try to slow down as like. I'll do the washing up and finish it, and then all right some hurt tree, and finish them or like is is a bit. Crazy. You? You were going into hyper mania. What would? What would you do like? Are you able to kind of okay? This is what I need to do or is it I need kind of emergency urgent. Help at this point well, I mean the things like hyper menu mania. That's the thing like I'm not I'm not actually even that. Maybe. I'm maybe not even that worried about high mania because menu was manulife manual. When I've had it before is actually losing touch with the vanisi psychosis oldest gagged and stuff where you could potentially sections. Mania is things like to me is like spending lots of money impulsively being creative. Big Very talkative like so Yeah, it's not ideal, and in terms of I mean to want to question in terms of like how how do I deal with that I mean? The things I've escaped like trying to slow down. Do One thing at a time I mean I have friends in my my mom said of checking checking off mate, not like in a way that they really ever talk about disorder, but they are regularly checking. Who May which is useful? Because if I stopped telling them that I think I can fly or something. They'll. Hopefully they'll nice young hopefully. Things I mean like my mom's sort of been through this with me before like so she. She knows like in my voice. On Hammond Speaking Mike where I am pretty much emotionally and I've identified you. I've been supreme much through all through the pandemic anyway like I've had at the moment I'm going to high, but in the post of being a bit of depression.

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Native America Calling

03:59 min | 6 months ago

Tons of food delivered to families on Pine Ridge as part of COVID-19 relief efforts

"This is national. Native News Antonio Gonzales, running strong for American, Indian Youth has delivered twenty two tons of food to families on the Pine Ridge Reservation in south, Dakota as part of Covid nineteen relief efforts boxes with fruits, vegetables, proteins and grains have been delivered across the reservation field coordinator Dave Lone elk says accessing food during the pandemic has been of concern with stay at home, orders and recent lockdowns of the reservation. To some of the local grocery stores within hours distances. Are you know it's far between when we're having a hard time getting there to get the groceries, and so we're left with the few grocery stores that are on the reservation which tend to be. Around four grocery stores, but when you're dealing with the. reservation full people right around ten thousand you know. RUN, out of out of stock, running strong also distributes clothing has heating and water programs along with providing other seasonal assistants. Reach out, and we help each other. If we have extra, we give that. Toby determine well. How much we get to each other, not how much we approve, and so you've been doing very good in our efforts. Several Cova nineteen orders remain in place on the reservation, including stay at home and nightly curfews as of Tuesday. There were twenty-six positive cove nineteen cases on the Pine Ridge reservation according to the Oglala Sioux tribes. Cove Response Task Force. The Rosebud Sioux tribe wants to create the largest native American owned managed Bison Herd in North America Seth Tupper was South Dakota public broadcasting has more with Zepa. Has a big vision for Bison. On the Rosebud reservation. He wants to build a herd of fifteen hundred animals and processing facility to provide food and economic development for tribal members. He says now is the perfect time for the project. The COVID nineteen outbreaks at packing plants and meet shortages and stores have consumers looking for different ways to get their food we we've always felt that our work was around. It will self sufficiency and. You know empowering families and doing good by people, and in the world in the environment, and we've always felt that work was important but I. Think what has happened with the coronavirus pandemic is that the world has told us that that our work is not only important, but that it is urgent little elk is CEO of the Rosebud Economic Development Corporation with help from the World Wildlife Fund. Fund, the corporation plans to convert cattle pastures on the reservation to a bison range of forty square miles. The Development Corporation will get excess bison from the Interior Department which manages a number of herds including those in national parks. Little Oak says the grass-fed Bison will be killed and slaughtered humanely. Basically what that Games is treating Buffalo Buffalo in not treating them like cattle. I, they'll replace cattle. Cattle fences with bigger sturdier fences for Bison. The first animals are scheduled for delivery. This fall and a feasibility study for processing plant will begin soon for national native news I'm Seth Tupper in rapid city South Dakota some native candidates running for Congress. When Tuesday's primary election unofficial results show, the Shoshoni tribes congratulated tribal members. Rudy Soto Impala Jordan on social media Tuesday night after Idaho's election Jordan. Jordan seeking to serve in the US Senate and so two in the house. Both are Democrats in New Mexico Congresswoman deb Haaland Laguna. Pueblo did not have a Democratic challenger in the primary. She'll seek another term Yvette. Herald Cherokee nation won the Republican nomination for us. House seat to other native candidates in New Mexico who ran for Congress lost Republicans Lisa Martinez and Gavin Clarkson I'm Antonia

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"yvette" Discussed on For Your Reference

For Your Reference

06:21 min | 6 months ago

"yvette" Discussed on For Your Reference

"I feel bad for like so much of the emotional pain in this movie was from vets character and everything that she was going through. I really thought it was interesting that they would swear not necessarily have sex but they would kiss and dry hump each other in front of the kid. I thought that was really interesting. But Hey you know like boundaries me like a like a dog is different like having a kid in the room would be. We could grow up. Messed up maybe. It's not weird until they can like and that's when it gets right I would maybe not does. But if you're eighty babies I would not know it or Can I ask question that kind of not related to this movie? So we have airmont. Quitting was a big star at the time o'meara Cuba Cuba. Kupa was a blockbuster. Also winning star even at this time with the show me. The money was at around this time as well. No I think he dollars way before of Jerry. Maguire don't know what happened that he did snow dogs. And then he just Olwin downhill now dog five according to Tracy Jordan from thirty rock five now Doug Five really love Cuba gooding movies like Fox. Meat he he just kept demise everything that. I thought a block. Superstar should be a lease from point of view. He really had his time in the sun. Didn't they do. It was also in boys in the hood right. Oh one thing is boys the. Who'd you have cooper and then e you have plenty of John Singleton? He knows talent and don't forget Mars. Just not. Just try and put him in all the places don't you worry earthy would as well in March Cuba gooding. Junior was the biggest star of felt. Like Omar is a really good actors. We deserve this right. He'd definitely stands on his own. Yeah I really enjoyed him and again. He reminded me of Leon from snowfall as well like that too. I see that would go further than you would go but in saying that dirty was definitely an Franklin from snow for just a little bit. Not Maybe maybe in the last episode of the recent season. Oh Yeah he. He turned into some. That's that's not a spoiler. You should definitely watch snowfall because we will definitely cover it very soon. I definitely want to give some shout outs to the actress. Update Kim Angell Conwell. Because she's actually in bigger. Which is a t shirt that we recently. She does not age and like. Wow Wow good for you amazing. And it's nice. It's funny when when I watched something and I go back to watch an old movie and see them right But I think she did a very good job as well. Do you have anything else to say about. Snoop Dogg as Rodney. He's Lucky Don Bills Roles. Adama dozen like it's it's just a little come. Come you'll per se. Oh come on. This was more than a than a Communist. He's donald sort of this shit a lot so I think I'm sort of descended desensitized by the factory. Throw Snoop dogg movie. No I play the role quite wilder especially when because obviously I did and I know I saw snoop dog on the cover. But I didn't realize that he would be not even a love interest but he would be the guy that was imprisoned and I really enjoyed him cooling dirty out on his bitch ass. I thought that was quite funny about him. Still living at her with his mom So I definitely really enjoyed it. I think Lakey stanfield plays Snoop Dogg in straight OUTTA COMPTON RIGHT And that was interesting but I don't think this is the spoiler but I do feel like the world of Rodney existed before the world of training day. Oh I guess let's just leave it there but I definitely enjoyed seeing snoop dog. He's fun- he's great he has. He's Katy Perry collaborations but we still love him. Will the same who Go and faneuil on the garments And get yourself a refreshing drink. 'cause we going to finish off in a segment. We call fe reference Eddie. It's obvious up the star of the movie. If you just want to watch John Singleton best. I'd say boys in the hood is far up and get a different side of Of the of the coding the gooding sides Nice it's interesting it's interesting. You say that because a lot of the time there's a lot of things that are popular and sometimes not deserved but I really feel like boys in the hood definitely needs to be watched by everyone that has it available to them. Anyone the loves movies really if you've got a TV pausing who needs to be either being watched and the thing is I think I didn't realize at the time because I think I hadn't watched buzzing the WHO'd yet and watching baby boy now you could just see a lot of the parallels control from and wow just do yourself a favor watch boys in the hood. If you haven't before I come up with my references I forgot to say something for some reason. I thought that Taraji was going to have a succeed. Moving rooms and I got very disappointed. Pla Very disappointed that we didn't get that. I knew I wasn't going to get a snoop dogg sixteen but I. I was very disappointed that I didn't get to see that So sometimes even though you wish hot enough it doesn't happen friends and lovers but I can wish for references if you enjoyed baby boy and I've got to references to The first one. I've mentioned quite a lot through this episode and that is snowfall fx. All of the chef kisses and all of the places and The second movie that I will reference is set it off old all the fields amazing and you know who else is amazing right team. All of our friends and love is that continue to listen to us. Open and if you WANNA follow us on a day to day not week to week basis. He can find us on twitter and instagram. We offer you a foot you got us an email at F. curse dot com around cast. Guys we love you see you next week Ya..

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The Future Of Health Care

Mentally Yours

08:38 min | 6 months ago

The Future Of Health Care

"Odd Bjorn and welcome Swinton Yours Metro. Could he ks mental health podcast? I'm Yvette and we're doing things but at the moment because of the epidemic today. I'm chatting soup Professor Mike Combs. He's the vice chairman of the Royal College of General Practitioners. We're going be fine the out about how. Gp's coping at the moment and how the health service might be affected after the epidemic We do know is I think. Definitely different general practice Evolved changed rapidly last Pepsi's accesses in a different way using technology and much more over way. But you know I think I'm despite the fact that has been changes work so it's GonNa. I'm still quite certainly where I would. Let's get to hear What's Today worked? Like how change because of the prime of it. So I think The Access to general practitioners. So we're asking patients to use the phone who use the Internet to contact us and then we're cooling back in assessing than needs and often weekly video consultations which we have helped in. We're trying to do with as as many agent requests hitting outweighs possible We're using more than one more. My Corona virus type symptoms. But we're also got the ability to save people both in the way I'd also Problems you are. A few people have been put off new ways. Contacting be found. People have adopted very quickly. Immi indicated you. I think people were the public with that. Had An amazing response and using services really appropriately and trying to keep away. She hasn't we have noticed that there was a reduction agent edgy cat activity. You know at one point. I think we're probably seeing a twenty five percent reduction of cool cozy against Over time has become slide worrying. And we're seeing fewer people they admitted to hospital for Co Coburg Related Issues Where seeing numbers referrals to Secondary Cancer Hospital Services has Jesus for example the two week. Wait referrals potential. Cancer diagnoses seems to have gone down by fifty percent. So we all worried that people have changed their behavior and it's and it's resulting Perhaps not presenting to general practice. We've probably be able to today. What about these mental health issues? Do you think people are still stiff? Hesitates to him thinking that they should getting touch that. Gps The moment useful thing. There is an element is I was talking to some colleagues From I AP and from so. That's the local psychological therapies service and also from the Somme and tell them to have reduced And I think we also you see few patients presenting with mental health issues which is again a bit of a worry. 'cause you know what we suspected that those programs have increasing due to the low kind due to the current situation so we all trying to get message out. General Practices Oakland to business. I mean we really would like to contact his a took him. Yeah definitely because I'm sure it's it's a very difficult time for lots of people for twenty two issues on that people with longtime mental health issues finding things harder at the moment but also Perhaps people who might not sit had mentally south issues before dealing with a great deal of sedans. Artie and other issues How you finding yourself that things like that. The video calls and of telephone calls with patients. I mean do you think it must be very difficult to support people especially with mental issues that way? Different I think. And we're having to adapt to that have to make the best of it and to be honest. We all able to communicate. We only see patients affected. Say is being in the same room with human connection and the definitely different I think it's okay. We're managing to have conversations and you know we do have the ability to see people and if absolutely necessary and of course We meet we have capacity to do that. We already sort of done how some people might be sort of hesitation about event the GP even if they had quite a serious issue are you. There might be some sort of Possible sort of Russians under people going to the doctor after tendon because over. That's one of the things that we have been talking about. You won't come next and I think general practice. He's starting to pass that and we want to avoid being overwhelmed and and we're starting to reach out to patients who we think might might be higher. School is situation where they might need our input so many long term condition and of course mental health is one of them. So we're thinking about well which civilian into to me to reach out to you Pets on dementia patients The pictures that practice of being at high risk for the reasons whether a history of safeguarding or perhaps domestic abuse history in the past you know building teams in the practice to then reach out and try and connect them productivity wrongly and just waiting to contact to What about GP's themselves? What kind of challenges? They face into the right mental health because it must be quite stressful time as a stressful time for all of us but it must be particularly Houghton Sosa from frontlines. Much me something where we we all. Well I think the changes in themselves and the ducks into new rated working has been one thing Obviously the risk of contracting to rotavirus yourself to play to think the meal Piccolo know patients. He's had an not a challenge. Either thing that we've come across the cruces A workload in terms of our shielding patients and contacting patients cat home near the vulnerable sincere and having difficult conversations about What they want for their future K. You know whether they want to be casual. Do they want to go into? And those conversations are really difficult to the best of times when you're in the face to face situation but during the do them have those conversations when you're not Is a is is quite stressful. So I think we all worried about. Gp We're trying to Offer resources And support for them to take it out their own well-being James Difficult time. Well supported the out there for GP's in particular. So I think we're so the the role Kanji the being a brokerage house. Educating the major stake goes energy I think in a strong to encourage don't healthcare professionals just to think about themselves focus on their law style to take because die The sleep access always make sure they could social connection and try to avoid an unhealthy way the de de-stressing. That's really important will also Kim giving advice they can do. We're is in that practices to support each other and again. I think that there's a lot of evidence that that sort of support from your team has a huge benefit but we're also the people to resources the NHL has has a website people and don't UK whether fifty fleet apps not help tweak and managing stress. Mindfulness we'd worry anxiety to leak. Think they've been really. Well used an on on top of that the helpline album on mountains. That's seven days a week. I'd also bereavement support line Which I think is getting at both getting really take

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When Gentefied Co-Creator Linda Yvette Chvez Realized She Was A Writer

Latina to Latina

07:12 min | 8 months ago

When Gentefied Co-Creator Linda Yvette Chvez Realized She Was A Writer

"You have said the growing up. You wanted to save your family. Y Did you think that they needed saving own tango. You're asking some I wanted to know about you. I won't be mark interviews so that when you're an even bigger star who will come back to and like all right here. I'm like listen. We always talk about group low income. I grew up with You know parents have always been hard working but you know when we first had our first home. I remember you know. We didn't have any money. We didn't have anything we got by with family supporting each other like we were all low income. We're all struggling and I remember my grandmother. Getting food stamps. And the you know the government cheese all low income kids joke about the government cheese and for me and my mom putting water into the milk into the shampoo and conditioner to make last like few weeks more month more because we couldn't afford to get more or you know the age old joke of like. Oh beans again is like every day every day. It's like it's when you grow up low income so much around you reminds you that you are and like specifically for me was just like not having one. Alpha two outfits a year for school like that that we got that was new and like maybe every two years or every year new pair of sneakers and not like a nice pair of sneakers like the stuff that like people would make fun of always dreaming about it had some Nikes like that will be dove Using the kids of Nikes was always really cool. And say you know we were low income in like a little bit of a mixed income community so there were kids kids in my school. Who did have those things that a lot but there was some kids who did having that and see. My parents struggle financially. They always made it work. They always worked hard and made it work. But you know that strain of the financial strain is always with you from a very early age because you you feel it you see it. You see how you have less than I think for a lot of kids who grow up low-income especially if you're a child of immigrants like you grow with the of well. It's so hard for us. We're here for the American dream on a bus button. I'M GONNA GET THAT. Dream I'M GONNA save everybody like we're all getting out of this together. I'm GonNa make so much money that I'm going to get a mansion and we're all going to live in the mansion and I remember my daddy's to drive us to Beverly Hills and He would point to the different houses and he was telling me high. That's where you're gonNA live Mu Ho. That's where you're gonna live like he was always. Kinda like putting into our heads like both. My parents like this. This is where you belong. You can be there and I want you to dream for that. They had that attitude even sitting at dinner tables and telling us you're going to go to college like that was enough for me to say okay. I'm going to go to college. Well not only that. You had a mother who was telling you. I think you're going to be a writer like girl you really. You read everything God yes he did. That's rare yeah now. I remember when I was little. I was like the little adult who was like so when I grow up and be a lawyer and I'm GonNa make lots of money and my mom and my dad were like me. You're really I think there'd be a writer because I would write poetry short stories and like little books and I was little I read like I devoured books like devoured when I say like I was a bookworm like girl. I wasn't the libraries of the street from here the public one. I just lived there like every week was like what's the new topic that I'm obsessed with and it was everything from hamsters to ice hockey like I wanted to learn everything And I would read a lot of buzz of fiction you know like Narnia like all the things all the things And so I would write a lot because I love stories and I love storytelling and and to me never seemed like a career though. That's something I do for fun and I love moving people whether like I used to love writing poems. That would make people cry. I just loved it. I just love that. It could write something that moves someone like and it was usually like my parents or my siblings or my aunt and uncle or my aunts and my grandma but There was something that I felt within me. Felt so good and so right to be able to move someone with my work but I didn't know that could make a career out of it so you know my parents being like I think you're going to be a writer to me was like first of all. Y'All are broke for a reason. No you can't make money being a writer like that kid who was like what you're crazy like we. This is a saying in Spanish. Almost almost. It's like well I'm GONNA go get. I'm going to be a lawyer. I'M GONNA make money but the minute I went to college. I mean the first year was really tough. But then I took this class with Harry Elam at Stanford who introduced an issue in Moraga. Who's GonNa Right? Who was the feminism? Played a huge role in the Chicano rights movement with her work and she The first thing I wrote of hers was giving up the Ghost dinner. Remember Thinking Oh. I saw her writing about her community. Far More community and of course like our communities are very similar. Obviously like even my family who've done farm work and all that I it was my people essentially and I was like wait a second. Hold up you can write it by your people and like make a career. Well first of all you can read about your people because everything i Read. Read of until that point for the most part was white people secondly you can make money doing that like it all just like for me was like this moment of like. It was just a big moment to be like. Wow I can do that. I remember the first time I read. This bridge called my back and I was like. Oh I. I grew up in Latino community and it didn't it almost didn't occur to me that it was a minority experience. And I remember reading that and be like Oh this is a radical land like this is like I saw in my own little world of not realizing how radical it was to tell your story into own your story for those women. Yeah it's so radical. It's crazy and this is again. Goes back to like give. You can't see it. You can't be it right like that. If Cherie had an ex pursued her passion in her love and I'm sure there's the people who inspired her to do the same. I wouldn't be here a needed her work. I needed her to do her work. So that I could exist in the way that existing now that is like a full circle wild moment for me. Because that's what started my journey. You know like seeing something like what the Hell I can do this like. It's so vital and so important in one of the big reasons why never gave up on this show. It was a hard road. It was a very very hard road To make this in one of the things that really brought me to show up to it fully was knowing knowing that it was gonna make a huge difference to so many people and would create more craters than we need them. You know we need these. These folks to show up every day to create their art and And Yeah so ungrateful to my parents. Who taught me as a writer in a grateful to? Cherie for allowing me to fully Taken with I know now very very viscerally know. Now that it's my calling to

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When Linda Yvette Chvez Realized She Couldn't Quit

Latina to Latina

02:30 min | 8 months ago

When Linda Yvette Chvez Realized She Couldn't Quit

"I think our insecurities that have come from many traumas at work through therapy in the thing with this particular moment for me by said this. Is it like you have to dedicate yourself to the thing that you want to do? Which is writing. It's now or never you can't give up on this industry because the reality is you haven't really tried in the one area you know you want it and they you know you could do it so. I said if I can't make this happen within a couple of years then that's it then you can. You can move on with your life and say did everything I could and it just didn't work out for me but you gotta give it everything. Linda is a toy. So you gotta give you gotTa leave this feeling like I gave it everything I could and I'm at peace because I always ask myself. How will you feel at the end of your life? If you didn't do that so I gave it my. I give it everything and within a few months ago. Hint defied and right away within those two year is we were pitching or TV. Show and and I had put out around that time My family and I were very cute or a very cute little immigrant family Mexican family but we would do these dream meetings where we would talk about our dreams and like what we wanted to to achieve him and we would you know manifest there talk about things we wanted and my sister kept saying she wants to be a mother and I kept saying I I WANNA BE I WANNA create my own TV. Show and I didn't know how it was going to happen. Because any OS and going through it the traditional way in television and knew there was a traditional way I had so much experience. Managing my skill level was not at a staff writer level. Like I knew that I my writing that I could do way more than that and I didn't WanNa come into television at that level because so much experience in different areas and skill sets that transferred so I was like God. I don't know how you're going to do it. This is what I WANNA do. And within two years I had sold me and Marmon had sold the show to net flix and now about a year later year and a half later we just released it and give it my all. I can't sit you know. A cancer really proved to me that like the truth is when you feel a calling your men to do it and it's just a really the only thing between you and that calling is will you choose to give it like if you choose to go after it because there was countless obstacles but at the end of the day you'll get there if that's that's truly what you want.

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Imposter Syndrome

Mentally Yours

07:10 min | 9 months ago

Imposter Syndrome

"Hi John and Welcomes Mentally Yours metro-dade. Uk's weekly mental health podcast. My Name Is Yvette. And this week my guest is Dr Anne White House. She's a scientist. And also the author of pullback your power we guys be chatting about imposter syndrome confidence and the weird and wonderful workings of the subconscious and White House. Welcome to mentally IOS. Thank you very much for coming on. So which hasn't today about your new book which is called Pullback Your power. Why did you decide that you wanted to write that? Well that's a long answer. Basically I went through a Takkula burnout in my my first career. Which was as the scientists that are not gimmick and instead of giving up I really spend the next two decades vide- digging into why I had had that reaction to walk out in what what is happening to me and other women like me because it's a pattern that many women experience and things it's not about just may about solving the problem for all women and that's really the motivation the book so it's literally twenty five years of my life journey. Twenty eight search making it accessible tool that benefits on and hopefully staff and what I've answered when you say you suffered ban would exactly happen okay. So when I read into my Shit I was there. I was dealing with students. I was dating colleagues dating The engineering companies. And what I found was despite my qualifications a Mike my competence and the fact that I could do the actual job no problem underneath the surface. I felt so undermined is I think probably read. I felt as if I were standing on. Nothing felt that I had no confidence on all of them able to speak up when I wanted to my stress just vamp I'm Sachi wrapped up in Somalia temple on these symptoms just Scott West West and there was no veal. Tangible leased to them I was actually I had was if you don't have the surface out of proportion with the facts the facts whether that should have been a problem underneath the surface. That definitely was a problem. So these Jess Simpson's literally got worse and worse than me so much that your body can cut breath and eventually my buddy says enough. That's enough I haven't you? Maybe some ills that I continue it affected you in quite a physical wears while eventually. Yes I had. All of the the mental and emotional symptoms described. The what I did as many women. Do we put full it? We are so determined to prove ourselves to fulfill architectural and not give up especially with me. Being in a male dominated environment is very rare with the fact that I was the role model what I wasn't going to give up slapped todd and harder and harder but then became counterproductive and eventually taught level of stress is going to go into health clubs in one way or another and it was chronic. Fatigue is that right and anxiety with is that the right description oh eventually chronic fatigue. Yes that's hot manifested for me. Huge level of stress and anxiety which led onto that that connick fatigue hallowed did take field doctor to realize that that was walks going on and also what was caused catch. Well that's an interesting question for a very long time. It was simply that I was told on your. You have a high stress Korea knuckles. I did have a high stress career but I was. I knew that that was going on but conventional medicine doesn't really look at those things so I I wasn't able to have much help funk medicine it because it was mayor what's going on inside me mentally and emotionally which. I believe was the cause of the problem. So how did you go about finding out? What was the cause of the problem because Jenny Don? Yeah so basically. We got the point where I had been forced to give up my academic career and I I thought point see medical profession said look on your Anything for you. Good luck and you have enough. Because it wasn't within their disaster and the expertise I because I is scientific mind. I just wasn't going to let it pass. I was on me. I thought I was Iraq. Thirty one thirty two at the time and I wasn't prepared to believe my life is over just at that's eight Jefferson so by member of every key moment when I literally said I'm not going to settle for this. I'm going to find a solution and I didn't know how long it would take an. I didn't know what it would be but I decided to look at all possibilities to think outside the box to go where I haven't gone before because I was determined to find the solution because I must be a cause that this couldn't have happened for no reason to be something going on which wasn't immediately obvious so I started looking at my reaction to life and that led me on the path of rebel. My subconscious believed. We're why was I reacting? To things may end the consult today often as if I was going to go to my own execution and then again to a meeting it was rare out proportion. Why had I felt that way? And so that led me into digging into the subconscious mind and finding what's really underneath the surface and by this time of course it's not just me. I've been helping other women as well. There was no way is going to go back to my engineering. Could be about who mission on a mission to work this out and to help other women. So that's what led me to identify the patents that I've described in the book about how literally women are being held back by. He owed subconscious Tagami which is still deeply rooted in the past. We've soared so much in the last two or three generations in terms of algae unity's and of our free agents but the operating system underneath in everybody's minds at our institution that solution the pause and that's giving women a subconscious message. You shouldn't be here while consciously pushing forward to Cossack creates enormous internal conflicts which is the visible these problems. That's why I've analyzed in a very helpful very logical way in the

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Nature Helps My Mental Health

Mentally Yours

08:01 min | 9 months ago

Nature Helps My Mental Health

"Everyone and welcome to mentally yours. Much cut it. Uk's weekly mental health podcast on all things mental health. I'm Yvette and this week. I'm going to be chatting to Lucie Jones. She's a journalist and the author of Losing Eden. Y You need the wild. We're going to be chatting about the importance of the connection between humans and Nature Jones. Welcome to Mentally Yours. Thank you Soviets. Be here so here. Here primarily to chat about mental health and the environment sort of how nature affects mental health. First of all. How did you get into rising and thinking about this sort of thing so about eight years ago? I had a period of depression and addiction issues. And four things which are important for my recovery psychiatry psychotherapy and the support of friends and family and other addicts but the fourth element was more mysterious and that was reconnecting with nature. So I started going walking almost daily on Walthamstow marshes when I was trying to get sober and trying to get better and I found I was drawn to being in the wild being Being nature with kind of intensity and thirst in a way similar to what I'd kind of found an alcohol and other substances it was soothing to me it was it seemed to have a kind of medicinal effect. I was I was really taken aback by it so I quite quickly. So researching was going on. I was working as a science. I was moving into science journalism from music journalism and I set out on a journey to investigate. How and why contact with nature can affect mental health so that was kind of origin. So what gave you the place to go on that initial walk? I remember feeling that I had come time on my hands. So my life at that point in my mid twenty s was becoming increasingly revolved around Medication through alcohol and other substances and In a partying lifestyle Things that go with big music journalist so when I realized that I really needed to get sober and kind of try and improve my mental health. I had lots of time on my hands and to keep busy. I kind of looked around and thought what can I do and I I lived in Clapton Hackney at the time and I I just started running. I wrestled running because I thought that would help me mentally and I found it to start to fall in love with the Wilson stay marshes area just became kind of obsessed with looking for birds and insects and seeing the changing seasons and having the fresh air my face and gradually I started to realize I needed this contact In the same way that I needed the antidepressant slows taking and the Rehab meetings always attending. Felt like a really crucial part of my recovery and has done in other mental health episodes. Since I think probably I had a residual even though I was really disconnected from nature. Three adolescence and twenties I was very urban life. Or you know I kind of was into David Atom broker and You know loves animals in a way. I wouldn't have chosen to go walking as restoration but as a child I was lucky enough to have had nature experiences with my parents and to have spent time in the natural world so I think that that was dormant in. May and I think it was still that this kind of relationship which that are reactivated major way. I do you think people in London in particular can reconnect with nature. Because I know someone should have come from the countryside then living in London I found it quite challenging to me. It seemed just like parks. Yeah I think a war I found. I don't even under now but when I was living in London I there are like a lot of wonderful nature reserve There's the wetlands Ressam. Pull AROUND A MANOR. House today to cry. A Lot does community gardens and their little pockets across the city as well as the big parks that we all know about things like the Chelsea visit garden which is kind of like this hidden. Incredible greenspace guy think the in a way it has to the kind of change of perception and Cheetahs. Well maybe it is a kind of like radical noticing. Almost you know it's it's like an opening of the eyes to even out the other day I was walking through. I live in an urban area again outside London. I was working on a really busy kind of polluted. Loud road might just let down and I saw these wheats and they were just beautiful. I'd never kind of thought to look at them before. And there's actually like a real variety of Birdlife and wildlife in in London folks says and there there are Peregrine's and they're all sorts of coming credible flora and fauna out there. I think that once the curiosity is piqued. There is a abundance out there in connection with nature. I think there's maybe a perception that nature is sort of quite a nice thing to be around almost like a hobby but into in your book. You've gone much more into how it's not just a hobby on Icing. But it's vital. So how did you catch the conclusion whereas the science so my intention with raising eden was to consider this relationship between nature connection inhumane to have Through kind of empirical pair reviewed Ropati Science. So even though I had this kind of biased because I was I had this powerful person. Experience the natural world you know. I was working writing macy for BBC Earth at the time and a science journalist and I am naturally quite cynical so I definitely wanted to make sure that the science was stacking up and through the journey. The last over eight years the variety of evidence. You know that that nature affects us with can from our heads to our toes brains minds all nervous systems to kind of the gut brain access. I'll stress recovery. Systems are Cook Nisshin from the smell of earth. After it's rained to bacteria live in the soil in there. I realized that there were thousands of of studies which were showing us. The this link in is vital and has a measurable impact on Human Mental Health an individual and population health apple. So I think the realization happened quite gradually. But it was I was it was Kinda good timing in a way that I stay out on the journey to investigate the mechanism. I didn't realize that I was stepping into a really exciting. And kind of fertile area of science swear scientists from near scientists to psychologists to microbiologists to to psychotherapists across the world in every continent have been trying to measure and drill down into. You know what is going on in this relationship. And what are we losing if we absent ourselves and we disconnect ourselves from nature which is the trend. That's happening in our

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"yvette" Discussed on Spanish Aquí Presents

Spanish Aquí Presents

01:51 min | 10 months ago

"yvette" Discussed on Spanish Aquí Presents

"Have Marvin levels. WHO's please don't mess that up? Lamb not Li Li mess and we have Linda Yvette Chavez. They say it's always easier to Spanish. Messed up and said I listen for some. I heard his name as a white man Marvin Lima's eastern on in April. You Arabic I'm like did you guys meet you. Knew His name before you met him. Yeah I got an email there like this guy on away. Francisco Velazquez from film independent project involves introduces US looking for Co writer for a hint that the digital digital series So the email he sent me was his name was Marvin. I read it as Lima's You know one hundred percent never seen that name before I I very formal to like all right. WHO's this white man writing about? Ucla then explaining yeah. Let's see what happens when I met. My name is very uncommon and I went by Brian. My whole life like Marvin Irving Bahrain's my middle name with a why were you told me this And so I went by Brian. My whole family still calls me Brian. If I go home after like hanging out with my family for Verde all like start writing. My Name. Is Brian After College. I decided to start going by Marvin just because like Linda was saying when you Google her. Yeah you know there's other Linda Chavez Kalindi Mitch. Brian is what I don't know what it was but Marvin. There's so many everybody. How many brands do you know about that? And then how many marvins do you know.

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UK Labour Party to Begin Contest to Succeed Corbyn as Leader

Monocle 24: The Briefing

11:39 min | 11 months ago

UK Labour Party to Begin Contest to Succeed Corbyn as Leader

"The starting gun was probably fired this weekend in the race to become the next leader of Britain's main opposition Labor party it has already become a crowded field with each candidate trying to offer a clean break with the past yet unwilling to upset the Labor hardcore. He seems to be the only people he wanted to vote for them. In last month's general election Who wants to begin? I I let me start with you. Whoever takes over from Jeremy Corbyn does so from a position of absolute rock? Bottom for the party. Don't don't they let let's sort of set the scene I well. Let's hope so From their point of view that it's rock bottom because sinking further would not be a good thing and that's the spirit I think. Yes I mean. Obviously the last election was a disaster. I mean particularly I think a lot of the figures that came out made it pretty clear that in fact the Tory vote hadn't uneven increased that much it was more that the Labor voted collapsed. There was a very big problem for the neighbor policy. And I think a lot of that looking at the polling was to do with Jeremy Corbyn personally there was so say Brexit was a big issue for them But I think overwhelmingly it was coming out in the polls the person she with him say almost anybody who replaces aces him is kind of starting with the level of improvement there and in a sense brexit policy now moves into different states because of course we know Brexit is going to happen on the thirty first of January. And then there's a we're going to move into negotiation stage on withdraw and all of that now that kind of changes the mechanics of that for Labour leader. They can't anymore. There's not much political to revoke cool. Remain or anything like that or they just Phillips did talk yesterday about rejoin as a future possibility But I think really it changes the mechanics. It's about them talking. Just opposing do want this posted as an opposition government opposing what the Conservatives are doing so. We're probably going to hear it. Also talk about you know Brexit is going wrongly their mishandling it etc so we have the runners and writers stepping up Mary ranging from Remain human rights lawyer. Who is a shadow? A shadow secretary He campaigned hard for a second referendum. To someone who wants to think about rejoining to cookie cookie cutter copies but in the female email form of the Jeremy Corbyn style which went down so badly with the voters. Well I think we have to look really whether it did go down so well so badly with the voters because on the one hand yes. There appears to have been an antipathy towards Jeremy Corbyn personally but when you look at the demographic of the Labor Party vote what you see is actually quite a big enthusiasm if not for Corbin personally then for his policies very left wing very old-fashioned socialist policies of nationalization subsidies all sorts of things that we haven't seen in for decades they were very popular with a generation who were in there in the earliest stages of their youth during the financial crisis. And I think this this battle as it were for the soul of the Labor Party. It's not over yet And we're looking at the moment almost only half of it in terms of the candidates who have declared so far who want to be leader. Because we're looking at center center Yes cure storm to the left. But this the there's a big gap there And we have to ask whether this is whether whether the the old style Blair. It's do they exist anymore. They certainly don't exist very much in the parliamentary party as it was elected elected at the At the last election. But where is somebody. For instance like Yvette Cooper. Where is the where the noise is coming from? Somebody who's been incredibly vocal on the sidelines from his privileged perch in New York David milliband where where people who can influence that wing of the party. We haven't heard from them yet. Does that mean that that's over. The Labor is actually varying not exactly to Corbin awesome but that is sort of more the shape of the future then Blairism or any of them up to it Mary. Well I mean. I saw some comments yesterday which was the first day really. Really of sort of Campaigning on Sunday. Talk shows where the was some comment among sort of professional political pundits. Who said actually this could shape up to be quite a sort of a thoughtful election representing a lot of different currents in the Labor abor party But of course that has its plusses and minuses. We saw during the Tory party leadership. Election there again. You had some very different prince strands and what you've come at. What you've come out with is Boris Johnson and the right as far as Brexit is concerned? But maybe not as far I things consent feather appear to be two enormous jobs here. Alex which I is the the idea of rebuilding shattered party which does does not have a unified core. And secondly won't you have rebuild shattered party. You have to be strong enough to take on the Conservatives and not only beat them but beat them so much that you bring back. All the voters deserted them for the Conservatives in the last election in that is a double task of of huge huge proportions and bring about more than the ones who deserted them because remember Labor already were in a minority so actually doing back even more than their deserted voters says and and in specific places it is a tremendous task and it's always been difficult for Labor in the last few years particularly. There are huge divides in their own. Vote Their their membership is actually overwhelmingly remain But of course in those northern seats they lost Brexit was a problem for them because a lot of Labor members in those seats are are actually much more leave so these people want something very different than how united policy that is so split on. Those different issues is a tremendous challenge. I think mirror some actually quite promising candidates but it will be very interesting to see where it goes at the moment the polls have Kissed her in the lead And I mean you know it will be interesting you see. Of course everything can be shaken up during the campaign. Go and tell me who you are promising. Candidates his Co. your is it possible leader. Well do you think kissed has a certain competence to him actually I think it's interesting to see some younger people from the left of the party. Stepping up people like Clive Lewis I would say just phillips as a slightly more centrist candidate who who is reasonably credible And you know they're all these different voices coming up. Who are quite interesting and it will be a big choice flavor which those they go for Os? I think Angela. Rayner is very promising. Who I think is standing for deputy leader From the kind of soft mid left of the party is like find degrees between centralism. Gobert is that they have Mary would what are your thoughts on on what Alex just said. I mean the mentioning of a storm is seen as the leader at the moment the leading candidate despite the fact that he is called Sir. He is absolutely very very keen to storch stress the fact that he has very humble working class backgrounds his mother was a nurse and he just happens to have done the right thing. Some are suggesting that he's the right leader. But I the four years to Leo Leo few years too late Yes. I think there is some truth in that And I don't think it's just the Sir that his kissed Armas Problem I think think he would be seen by as it were younger. Newer members of the Labor Party who joined because of Corbin He will be seen as the establishment candidate and somebody that they they will not support You know it's been it's been said ever since Labor's loss in in the election that They've got not just this huge task to unite the party. But do they will uniting leader. Actually come from the London establishment. This is the this is what kissed on represents percents. I don't know if you're a woman over forty. Five apparently secure has rather something delicious about in this Christmas dinners. But you know if you're not a AH London metropolitan women over forty five. He might not be your bag but just looking at where the next leading light could come from Alex it when I look at the way that the United Kingdom is at the moment reminds me of France about three or four years ago when the Socialists collapsed and the main political structure just didn't it didn't seem to know what to do and and then suddenly Emmanuel macron comes in with almost a brand new party a brand new voice and a bit of razzle-dazzle to boot they. They sort of tried this in the United Kingdom last year with a I can't even remember change. Could change something lasted about ten minutes. But it was one of those little flag-waving flagwaving harassing come on. Let's have a breaking the mold. Oh we is the United Kingdom so stuck in a moment here that it contacting make space for foot for newness and change that that way. I think there's a tremendous problem with the current setup half the effective two party system which had the Lib Dem's done better? We might not be talking about tea fussy system but we really are now because because they didn't break through and as Fayez Change. UK The Independent group all of these various sorts of incarnations of of trying this kind of mass challenge absolutely kind of founded and just did not take flight tool But there is a problem in that we have a social system which is a is a funny compromise permits anyway and that we have a system that was designed refused to vote for an individual. MP I mean actually policy names weren't even on the ballot paper until the night at the end of the nineteen sixties. You just had to vote for your your local. MP and you have to find out who they were vote for the candidate you like so now. We have quite strong party affiliations. Everything is very whipped. All of that and those names are on the ballot paper and yet we're we're still voting for the individuals so there's a sort of complicated compromise I think going on in terms of what you want what you should vote. And they're sort of how we got a party. She system grafted on to a kind of individual constituency. first-past-the-post system and I think that is bringing up these events contradictions and great difficulties for actually eighty four. Both big parties going forward. I mean you know the Conservatives also have a problem demographically in the future and that they're under fifty The fifties actually the majority labor in most cohorts now which is much more extreme? It used to be so as they're kind of older more brexit voters pulse on and They how are they going to speak to younger. Generation who don't own homes don't have job security don't have pensions and therefore so traditional conservative values. This don't necessarily speak to them and it's going to be for them. I think there's another question about why the UK can't produce contact figure. which is that? We don't have a presidential the system And even though this past election was fought I would say on much. More presidential style lines. The was corbin versus versus says Boris Johnson Nonetheless To campaign in a presidential election where people have direct votes for individuals then an individual candidate can make that sort of mark between parties or different from parties setting themselves above those structures. We don't have that possibility ability.

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"yvette" Discussed on Toure Show

Toure Show

13:17 min | 1 year ago

"yvette" Discussed on Toure Show

"Re up to in enough time at the time a window or whatever then we had to complete the contract. I thought what I would have to beg. But they were kind enough Dan harmon and Sony were kind enough to understand the situation and they released me. Was it hard for you. Is that like the easiest decision Asian. I made ice. I anyone that knows me knows I could give two craps about fame and fortune in that kind of stuff. I want enough money to pay my bills and I want enough Success to keep working. But I'm not someone that cares about being anybody's number one are being on the cover magazines. Something like that doesn't matter to me and and to me family's first so if I would have gone taking care of my dad because I'm on a show. I don't even think I'd be the person person that you WanNa talk to on a podcast. You know what I mean like I I had to make the decision to take care of my father and I was prepared to to break the contract and sued if I had to because he needed me so I took a lot of flack and I've talked about this before and I will never understand. It took so much flak from the fans and I was like really we. You don't understand why I'm taking care of my dad like it was so weird to me that they were mad at me for leaving their favorite show how to take care of. My Dad is like yeah. This is a character issue. You guys have to deal with for yourself because this is something something deficient in who you are. I don't no what they thought I was going to do but They found out where I was going to do. So does he know it's you my dad's good. His his his image is great. No my dad. He always knows me so whenever I leave if I have to leave and go to the grocery store something I'm coming back and I go. Hey Daddy if he says. Hey Yvette on my good I'm I'm not fooling myself into believing that he will not say. Hey that but up until this point every day he said. Hey that but I'm with him almost not much more. I don't know DEMENTIA UNWIELDY SEE I. Could he could be like this for another twenty years. He could be like this for another twenty days. I don't like like I know my dad was losing his mind. I guess toward the end Alzheimer's dementia he had that year. We didn't my sister's a doctor and she didn't she didn't she. Would defer the word. Yeah I don't like it either but yeah but you know it was you know he would come in and it'd be like I think he would say hey and he clearly recognized me. He was saying my wife's name but there wasn't really much else that how long did he have it. I mean there was a downward spiral title of several years medication. No you know what I really I noticed it it was. I can't remember how it might have been ten years before the end but like he taught me how to play backgammon. We played for hours all the time and he was really good and he came into my house and we would just play backgammon and he came one year and I said it up and he started moving bizarrely and he was like I don't know what to do and I'm like back at the first sign you had will. I'd seen little things before that but this clear like when you don't know what to do we've spent like thousands of hours doing what are you. What are are you talking about and I was like I had a moment like that when my dad was This before he was diagnosed he was still even working. Still driving I had visited. Is it. Cleveland I was at my aunt Mickey's House and he was coming to Mickey's House to pick me up. My Dad has come tomorrow. Mickey's House for thirty years. And he kept getting lost on the way to make his house. He was turning running off of streets and he would call me and go Yvette. I'm on this job. My daddy what are you doing on that street. That that's nowhere near where she lives and so I was baffled like what are you doing dude. And then but we yeah no. We didn't know but medication. You said Your Dad was on medication. Medication slows it. Down like it. His medication not only slowed it down. It brought him back because my dad was like almost catatonic when I went to get him and then once he's got medication he came he was like reborn so medication to he was. I took the train to Boston for some reason and he was supposed to pick instead of driving and he's to pick me up the train station which was like ten minutes from their house. He'd been shuttling back back and forth there for twenty five years and like an hour late. I'm like MOM LISA come. It's just like all right. Welcome get you and then two hours later. He still hasn't come home own and we can't get him on the phone and we're like what is going on He had turned off on some wrong street and the yen he finally came home was like I got lost and I couldn't get out out of it like you've been living in Boston for. That's that's deals assigned years doesn't mean you didn't get you know. Yeah Yeah signs Let's go back to now ish okay. Jude Law okay. Yeah that's way still way back you you still in the early two thousands the vehicle by that we know we went into your family like okay and you you worked with did were lawyers that lake. You laws awesome It was a movie called Repo Mass Force where Dicker was in as well and I played like a is. That is one of my resume a items that I'm still like. How did I get this movie I'm like a resistance since fighter in the future and I got to like Florida Evans Wig from good times skype. Fakes Karma faces. You know a bit like leather. I duNno I duNno la gotTa Gig but I have to put a I got a gun. And I put it to jude. Law's head and his temple in be missing. I don't know how I got but jude law and I had a great conversation to make trailer because his kids were drinking Josh fans which is one of the first things ever did and So we had a nice conversation about drake and Josh which again going back to a famous person disarming you to meet someone you know that you're a fan of and they go. Oh my that my kids love you. It completely evens the playing field. And you're able to just have like a real. Oh and I ran into him. I was doing mom on the Warner Brothers Lot and he was doing a movie. I don't know what movie it was but it was another future is because he was in leather with a Florida Evans gone now but he was looking like a resistance fighter and he remembered me and it's been like fifteen years or so since we did repo man but he was like remember your kids so it's not gonNA listen many many you work with Eddie Murphy. I did try acting I did a movie. We had a movie called meet. Dave Played Old Navy worker and my line was welcome to old navy. And then it's a shot of Eddie Murphy as as the robot looking at me crazy crazy but yeah I'd I'd acted with Eddie Murphy. What was that like? He's really And I heard this about really funny people. He's not on like he would. He conserves his energy. So you expect Eddie but hey Eddie's like hi I'm Eddie Nice to meet. He's very reserved very very low key and reserved and Everyone that I know that met him said the same thing which I think is greatly Eddie is not a trained a carnival Barker. He doesn't have to perform for me so I kinda love that he was just just himself. You know sits quietly when I say we need you Mr Murphy. He gets up and does a stand he goes back and sits quietly. Kathy Bates is like that too. She is like that. Yeah and it threw off. I went to interview him and he. His energy was so low that I was like what is going on my upsetting. No not at all because like no no. I'm not performing now. I'm just talking to myself and they all are like I. I understand it now because I'm I'm working right now in New York and I'm doing a lot of shows was in a day and I have to. You have to be that on the show and I just don't have the energy to do that to the guy kind enough to open the door for me as I leave my hotel Thank you thank you sir. You know instead of you you know nobody has that much that many reserves of energy so you gotta kind of kind of power down even save it in your community fans probably like get to community but did you have any idea that Donald Donald Glover would like absolutely absolutely I knew it I could see it Donald Glover and I sound like a broken records. I've said this so many times One I adore him as a human being. Like he's just one of the most sound soul wise human beings I've ever met. He knows who he is at at a soul level and can't moved from it which is Great Not Swayed by fame or anybody's opinion of him. He's just truly truly a solid human being but aside from that he's also the singularly most talented human being in every creative area. I have ever ver- met now. The disclaimer. I will say is that. I've never met never got to meet Prince and never got to meet Michael Jackson so we buy the ATM tumble whereabout prints. I never met Prince of the people I've met Donald Glover. He can dance. He can sing can right he can draw he can bake. He can crochet he can right he can rap really well he can sing. I love his music. Physical Comedy He. There is no creative endeavor that I have found that Donald Glover cannot do and so I saw that in him from the first day on the set of community I. He's also the most effective user of time I've ever seen so whenever they would say. Remember sixty days community they will yo cut and I would go to Craft Services Department and get donuts. Eight myself into diabetes on the set of community. That's how I use my time as you watched the show and balloon wait. You know that. That's the truth. Donald Glover. They will say cut. He will pick up his his computer and start writing he would pick up A PAT paper and start writing lyrics. He I used effectively every nanosecond of time he had. He barely sleeps. Like I I. He's a machine creative machine. Well yeah that's data. Shame I don't like him. I'm kidding. I absolutely adore him that show. Yeah so amazingly creative in terms of taking the form warm of the Sitcom and just bending it and twisting it and all kinds of ways and remember when the was the claymation episode. I was like it will just do a thing. And it's amazing that it was time again. Tremendous freedom. Yeah Stan harmonised the minor Dan Harmon and Chris McCann in over there The Russo brothers also. There was a lot of people that just thought. Let's just do something but Bailey Dan Harmon. Let's just do something wacky and crazy and says NBC wasn't really paying attention. We kind of were able to just Kinda you know every week just kind of do something I think. They were acutely aware that Dan harmon was such a genius that they were like. Let's let this guy go and see what he does and we just were able to do so many different things. I mean just this extraordinary cast people from Donald Donald. Was this rising star right. Chevy Chase Zoos. This old school I mean like just this amazing collect folks no. It was an embarrassment of riches. Just the thing that made the hours Palatable was where each other having the chance to be in that room with those creative people that we all all knew everybody was going to do something like we didn't know what but we knew everybody and some of them you we still haven't yet seen what they will do I think Gillian Alien Jacobs is going to become a really amazing director. That people are going to be really aware of later She's already gorgeous and a great actor as well but she's got an eye and and attention to detail and is probably one of the most. Well read people I have ever met. She always has a book. Is always discovering a new thing and I think that that interest in that is she has a surfer. Well as a director. You missed the the community of community. I do But we got so much of it. I think we got enough stored up all of the rest of our lives a lot of time together. We did that but I do hope that one day we get to do the movie. Everyone wants the movie. We WanNa do the movie. But I mean if you got you got Allison Brie do and movies and doing glow and you got Jim. Rash Directing and winning Oscars and acting in Joel stand up is like everyone is doing something so trying to get everybody together again with it would be hard imagined to get donald to step up down from all that he's doing I don't know if it will be a step down to me like that but I'm saying I mean I'm saying in the sense of it's not like he could not find schedule the time you send me so it's not like he's on this mountaintop green up and he has no control of his schedule like I think that if people told him in enough advance notice. Notice that we're going to do it at the end of twenty twenty then he will be like okay I got. I got three weeks at the end of twenty twenty. So if you can schedule my stuff at you have to be that kind..

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What to Do When Your Child Seems Problematic (with Susan Stiffleman and Maggie Dent)

Janet Lansbury Podcast

10:08 min | 1 year ago

What to Do When Your Child Seems Problematic (with Susan Stiffleman and Maggie Dent)

"Where do we begin let's say our child is having difficulty with friendships socially their struggle pulling what are some of the steps that we can take to address and understand the behavior well I always liked to look for the route I always like to encourage parents not to get distracted by the manifestation of the behavior but to rather see it as a message or some important information from the child at some level saying all is not right in my world whether that's internal something inside of me is unsettled or disrupted or whether it's in terms of their Asian chip that child has with you the attachment that connection or whether it's academic issues you know there's something that maybe he or she can't articulate but that is making life difficult in a classroom setting or or schoolwork or with friendships I'll begin with that Everythi Ice Alternative Mag- Yvette just the idea that when we get distracted by the appearance and we focus too much on that we tend to lean toward do this do this let me script for you what you should do when your child is being rude to a friend or when they're not starting in on their homework so often there's a wealth of riches there that we can tap into to address something deeper unruly get to the heart of the problem and oftentimes trying to fix that behavior exacerbates the behavior because it's addressing symptom rather than the 'cause it's also telegraphing toward child that we are unacceptable we are pushing back on what they're doing and we're not having that open curious combine that we need to have I think also it's that place that we often now mine's going man this is bad behind you this is inappropriate behavior this is long behind ya where is an actual the behavior is exactly what you said Susan it's a message that I'm not coping in my world right now so it's about a stiff going something's not right in my child's world and I often say you just need to turn into being a detective to work what is underneath that rather than try and fix the behavior with something that can be helpful later but not until you've got to the core of that in normal boy champion and so often we'll find these are behaving in a way that is looking like it's bad and it's not because it's often physical and yet underneath that will be hurt boy who's feeling misunderstood who hasn't got a friend and they haven't got the words to say that quite often that's our challenge isn't it this particular Mama's is how do I get to understand what that is when they aren't using any woods to help me and yet one of the wisden mice tricky things you can say to a boy particularly around four eight and fourteen is what's the with you let's give them some clues on how do we have that conversation that can help us go underneath what that is. I just want to insert because I do work mostly with younger children that sometimes our first step is actually a containing the behavior physical behavior or removing our child from the situation for their safety and the safety of others and wall were doing that the safety of our perception of this as something that that's not a judgement or a problem so that we can do that safe person that has a regulating affect instead of charging things up worse and may our child feel our anger containing van made as a safe presence they need grownups at times to help them do that because they are unable to do that that doesn't mean it's a bad child and that's a really powerful message again that sometimes I need to help them seeing a call for help him one of the things you both know that I've built my work on this idea of parents being the captain of the ship and I use that analogy of the ship that's cruising the owners and everything's lovely and that's a sunny day everyone to you know they're they're doing the waltz doing but then you hear the alarm and things aren't going well maybe there's a league occur maybe there's rough waters or a storm and that's where the passengers really looked to the captain are you up for this are you sturdy enough to get us through the storm and when a child is showing behavior that difficult or challenging as you said Janet I love the idea that they do even more of it if you try and talk to them out of it you just try and address the symptom because they're pretty committed to getting their message across and they may just get louder or more robust about that but when we can show up in space as that com- captain certainly we don't like the behavior we would rather things be lovely and sweet but where we don't make it gosh there's something wrong with my child or failure as a parent you know my neighbor doesn't have a child who does this your neighbor well may have one you just may not be seeing it but a lot of what children are looking to us for is a sturdiness and I love the phrase non anxious presence where we're at enough to contain whatever it is and that right there could start to settle the behavior down and help us access maybe the pain or sadness that's underneath they may not put it into words but when we are studying com there's a relaxation in letting down of the guard and then they can start to we could start to get to what is it the root of that that's absolutely fabulous reminds me of the parental that I kind of encourage parents to do is to take that breath I and bring us so to that exact state that you're talking about so I can captain of the ship and ended up doing that I'm going to be wanting to again look at this through the eyes of my child so that does require us to pose a little then I encourage parents to what the handle and the heart to remember even though this chance being little revolting right now I love this child and that reminds me they don't have to come from the hots into not just my head which has lots of ideas and that when I looked down I go what are they needing right now from me and they need a safe base let me be my child needs right now it's just that posing again because I'm finding an Unedu as well at today's parent service drowning with too much information incredible accessibility to all sorts of things online quickly which can not always be in alignment with their core values of the hymen there what they've been taught and so what has happened to them and they journey so I think the confusion adds to the stress in the moment that often makes them feel they have to stop it to me set rather than say a teachable moment that underneath this without an opportunity to look at what is triggering that behavior and have come way lighter when we uncommon scented explore that for the child and say what it is that they are struggling with is there an unmet need is a cluster of unmet needs are they hurting ave said so again at you not allows parents this is your teachable moment this is where we step up with all swagger and become that part of the solution yes I've never really thought of it this way before but you're making me see this almost as the way that you would handle a friend who suddenly seemed be the haven in a unmanageable way would you be angry at that friend or would your heart go out for them they don't want to be doing this not to say that we should be friends with their child and that's our relationship they need us to be the leader they needed to be the captain of the ship but being able to see all behavior that way so it's not threatening to us and it's part of normal development they not adults in little bodies they children with Rhonda developed prefrontal Cortex which we know there are some grownup savings with undeveloped prefrontal Cortex is today site you're absolutely right interesting how we speak sometimes very differently to children than we thought we would before we head them and I've often said would you speak to your best friend like that like if they had you know a bit of a bogey hanging at Nice what do you call it I hear her good you WANNA do or boundary thing and I think a lot of this has to do with a recognition that our children are separate from us it's very difficult to take their behavior personally or to not use them in certain ways to present to the world this front that says hey check me out on the parents of that really well behaved child over there then the flip side of that is oh my Gosh I can't tolerate that if you're not showing up in the world or in the classroom or with your friend the friend's house were in the playroom as a child that makes me look like I've got my act together we have a problem and I'm going to quickly as fast as possible throw caution to the wind and not discreet as you were saying like not treat you like a friend with that kind of respect because it's all about me I mean in many respects a lot of our work as parents is to differentiate from our children we talk about them differentiating from us but I think the flip side of that is true that they are are on their own path. I had some fantastic parents that I've done counseling with just doing everything that I would have suggested in their todd is very very difficult and I think some kids come into the world kicking and screaming and I have a path walk down and we do our best to show up with compassionate love and care and we certainly raise a hand for help when we need it because sometimes it's not just that we're not doing it quote right it's that this child just needs some extra support and we may need some

Microsoft Reveals Foldable Surface Neo & Surface Duo

This Week In Google

04:56 min | 1 year ago

Microsoft Reveals Foldable Surface Neo & Surface Duo

"Was a big surprise in the Microsoft announcement this morning that we're a couple of the very end right at the very end. They did their whole one more thing but I think it was more like a one point. One thing was one more thing and then. Why did he go? offstage aged came back is like oh actually literally said thank you thank you thank you as if aren't descended a story and then we get the neo which is a beautiful beautiful dual display device but did duo right after that that was quite a surprise quite a surprise and I mean and we've been hearing for a long time now. That Microsoft is just out of the mobile phone game. Allegedly allegedly didn't really work for for them so they kind of you know back to the drawing board apparently and so the duo is actually running android right right. That's part of the reason that we we would talk about this on this. Show show What did you think like? It's kind of seems like we know very little about it. At this point right again. I'm going to go on record as I said into livestream that we ahead here on the network The duo. I'm not sold on it because I'm just not ready for the foldable phone. I just don't see where that fits in my workflow. I noticed some some people that think have an extra screens in their pocket is just giving them a smaller version of a tablet but I just can't get into it. I do like the the fact that the screen is not foldable itself. There's a space in between the hinges so you don't have to deal with what Samsung was dealing with for twenty two hundred dollar device conventionally wear out regardless of how many times they tested it in their labs so you got that going for it yep but the neo on the other hand I totally addicted. I totally dig that now. The NEO is not android this zone and windows ten only right 10x are what what about it and has you because you getting productivity out of you have the dual screens but you can have they say like a smaller laptop if you will you get the extra keyboard that pulls out that's magnetically attached to it. It can slide to give you an extra touch bar like what micro macro mcadoo back on the macbook pros the touch bar but it's actually useful not getting into way always in tablet. I'm sorry the NEO is a tabular tape attached keyboard right right but does this is just small enough now the way they demoted in in in the key notice noticed they were holding it more like a book yeah. I don't necessarily they were holding a book. I don't like that I I it give it more of a clam shell productivity form and I and I'm with they called it a posture as what they kept saying during the keynote posture okay if you set it up more like a laptop I think is a great great device for about a nine nothing was nine inch display okay but the phone the duo nice that they're jumping in with the android world and trying to get that market share here but it's not for me but they they went to great lengths from what I understand to not call it a phone right. No why why development yeah this isn't coming out until twenty twenty one twenty corral this year I give them credit for not rushing into into it the way other. Oem's have but it is nice to just wait yeah early early preview out more little more than a a year from now the version that they were showing has a snapdragon eight fifty five which is this year's nearly top of the line of his time line until the fifty five plus came out so you know if they stick with that in and it comes out next year you're running into the complaints of like okay but again this is is this is a nonproduction version NATO to hopefully that would upgrade by then my like. I totally agree like I'm not a big Fan. Dan of the foldable technology the way it is now because from fraud fragility standpoint things are so fragile spending too much money for that the break right yeah at the same time the scene down the middle is really nice when you're using it for productivity but don't watch a movie like that I guarantee you. It's just not going to be funds. Yvette live through the middle of your movie. I liked what the what the neo they had the DACA options if you know if you're running windows ten year use to pending windows along long display yeah but you can do with the neo and put it down net lower tier screen just above your keyboard and hop back up to the main display and in take notes or what have you based on what you've seen danner just above your keyboard. I think that's just that's the use cases not just Oh. It's a pretty displayed. Are you actually getting some use out of that extra real estate right

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Flooding hits New Orleans as possible hurricane looms

KQED Radio Show

00:49 sec | 1 year ago

Flooding hits New Orleans as possible hurricane looms

"Communities along the Gulf of Mexico from Mississippi to Texas are bracing for days of downpours from a tropical weather system New Orleans was hit by flooding today from a storm that dropped up to eight inches of rain and another foot could fall by Monday Louisiana's governor says the already swollen Mississippi River could overflows levees guarding the city we don't know yet where this storm is going to land but we know it's going to be a big a storm a significant rain and storm surge Yvette when this possible however not just with respect the possible Connecticut activity which which we've been advised about but the straight line winds could could potentially be strong as well forecasters say the tropical system could grow into a hurricane by this

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"yvette" Discussed on Rants and Randomness with Luvvie Ajayi

Rants and Randomness with Luvvie Ajayi

01:33 min | 1 year ago

"yvette" Discussed on Rants and Randomness with Luvvie Ajayi

"And when I have amazing interviews, and I'm just like they need to stand by themselves. Also, bring you an episode that is just that interview. And on this one I talked to vet Noel shore publicist to the stars. She is the person behind beyond say, she's been publicised two prints. Mariah Carey Adele, why clubs shot like her resume is insane. But also more importantly, she just the mazing person her heart her spirit way, her smile lights up alone. I got a chance to talk to Yvette and she takes me through her story. How she went from this child in Grenada to a woman who is the real who moves in silence. Pint a lot of your favorite musicians he wanted to make sure that we had a proper grenade. Upbringing before we got into America and God corruption in his words. Lovey the entire time. I worked for prince both in the beginning. And in the end, I pretended. I was not a fan and the minute he walked out the door. I was like oh my God. Oh my God. Oh my God. I worked for bridge. This interview was too good for me to just add to another episode. So to stand by itself, listen to it show, her some love on social she's Yvette Noel shore on all social that's at Y E T T E S C H U R listening to this interview. Let me know how much you love it. And. Yeah, jump into it..

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"yvette" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

02:02 min | 2 years ago

"yvette" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"Yvette away to check or medications to make sure that they play well together. Sure. So we don't get sick or we don't come disabled or we don't die over this. So if you're not proactive the worst thing is you acts that Lee actually kill yourself. And of course, somebody coming down all that was a suicide well, not necessarily there's a lot of accidental deaths that go on and we see this. Unfortunately with our celebrities who go to two or three different doctors get all these prescriptions, and they just start popping them at different times. And they're popping the wrongs things the wrong time. We're going to have somebody in here. An actual RN. That's going to be doing medical management to assist them to compare. What type of pharmaceuticals are taking to see if any or counteracting with one another. I mean, that's the first wave. I've heard as many as one of our veterans had twenty seven they were taking twenty seven different meds a day. And at first when he told me, I went twenty seven a month. That's crazy talk. But then he said he takes them every day. I said how is that humanly possible? How can you choke down a handful of pills that, but you know, here's the thing. They started doing different modalities. They started getting them on CBD therapy. Then started weaning off some of the drugs that weren't necessary. And the thing was is, you know, you get subscriptions for sleeplessness, and then you would get subscriptions to back up. So, you know, they're contracting one another at screwing up your system. They're not our Ganic. So therefore, you're your systems getting thrown in all sorts of upheaval just be asked the question be mindful of of what's going in your body because nobody knows your body better than yourself. You know, there's a there's a great movie out there called all that jazz. Have you seen that with ROY Scheider? Anyway, seeing that and unfortunately,.

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"yvette" Discussed on Small Doses

Small Doses

02:00 min | 2 years ago

"yvette" Discussed on Small Doses

"That i feel like a lot of my friends and peers here in america like didn't necessarily get exposed to by their parents because their parents weren't exposed to that per se in there like regular learning so i think there's a difference in that and i think the bottom line difference is that like there's just their similarities in terms of just how black people the world over and in the diaspora operate you know and the way that we have had to manage oppression and the way that we have had to manage revolution in the way that we have had to carry ourselves especially women you know was indian culture trees women a certain way that is distinct and different than say in america i would say the black american women are a lot less tolerable of things that are considered to be like the norm west indian culture like you know within the love to act like infidelity is just some regular shit that supposed to go down and black american women are like fuck latte and i would love to see more within the women be like fuck that as opposed to accepting it as like well this is just a part of what our men do you know and i know there's some people that are listening like black women that they'll be like that of course there's there's women everywhere but i don't think as a part of black american culture we consider infidelity to be some shit that should just be excused by any means and i think it was indian culture it absolutely is such so there's a lot of different things i mean i could spend a whole episode on just this one question but when it boils down to it the difference is that when you're born in the caribbean you know you are absolutely like of that and when you are born in america it's not to say that you are not west indian but you definitely have different dichotomy of experiences that you're dealing with and i think one of the biggest differences with that is that racism experienced is experienced very differently in america than it is in the caribbean and learning to understand how that plays out is also its own thing and and yvette is actually going to speak to us more about that later in the show.

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"yvette" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

02:22 min | 3 years ago

"yvette" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"And pick up some pizza so you got you pick up some pizza you walk out any fall down the stairs in front of the pizza place a break your back right i mean it's going to happen regardless yes and the weirdest one of fat was the seizure because i've never had the seizure in my life so i don't really know what it that is or what it feels like but in this world's uh basically i started to lose control of my body and i fell over sideways um and it was almost like the room was strove being uh red and white and that's all i could see was his red and white and i couldn't speak and and my wife friend in the room to get me and i couldn't communicates her uh what was going on do you have a night lights now throughout the house yes we even installed um a new socket in the stairs where we could put uh and late in the stairwell as well i'm not trying to make light of it no pun intended aero because i've i i i think that the concentration is one thing going through but we all know our own homes right and you think that you do you energies in the wrong direction you are you're not thinking clearly yvette other things on your mind and the next thing you know you're spreading this this negative and you knew it you knew it at the time things like this could happen and they did and it was bad and it could have been a lot worse yes i am very very lucky very lucky now uh i want to uh i want to talk about this collision that is going on right now between science and technology and our supernatural world with these parallel worlds and so forth i know that you heard my opening and you and i've talked about this before but right now science has never been a closer to proving not only parallel worlds a multi verses but the possibilities of time travel in quantum mechanics and quantum theory we are right at the edge and you've been talking about this for a long time how soon before this overlaps and this is just mainstream.

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"yvette" Discussed on Point of Inquiry

Point of Inquiry

01:34 min | 3 years ago

"yvette" Discussed on Point of Inquiry

"Gut bacteria and that's how you get things like c diff so anyways but that but that's thing with with antibiotics is they do wipeout gut bacteria and they can they can lead to bacterial imbalances some we are certain to find that um that some bacterial imbalances can lead to or they've been able to they have been able to induce allergies in mice and then quote unquote cure them or a half them with with by by reintroducing proper bacterial valent so i'm not sure if that's a thing that's ever going to show more results in the future or if that was a fluke but that see like i i don't know if that something there is a opted do you have maybe you how can i like up i should point out that based on what yvette saying is an important caveat always to point out but people like um yvette night kind of forget to point this out i think sometimes is when a study happens in mice variable to uh to realize that the study than mice so you'll see again lake circling back to those headlines we are talking about earlier on single studies so many of these are mouths studies and people are sitting here like oh now this thing i do is going to hurt me are helped me and it's like just you know just calmed down for a second this was an ice fema we're dealing with here which is that there is a there is a.

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"yvette" Discussed on Point of Inquiry

Point of Inquiry

01:41 min | 3 years ago

"yvette" Discussed on Point of Inquiry

"Mocked them mercilessly fraud all her at nine side right but it it is awesome it's it's fun as yvette said to not fun i mean i don't of course relish seeing people get taken down at when people are in in these positions of power these prominent positions than relieved there what they're doing is dangerous so that's okay i mean i i do describe this as kind of a mess i call it a misinformation height or right like wounded cia gwyneth paltrow head in the body hari had it even the dockyards head and other ones are just going to keep propping up uh kind of fulfill lake filling that open space for for misinformation to to a thrive and to spread and so i think the objectives of people like like me and you bat and others who do this alba albeit coming from different angles i think we all share um this goal of also just arming people with the ability to kind of see bullshit as it comes at them and so that way you're almost helping inoculate people against this so yes we it is important to bring science and facts and balance to some of these issues and some of this be asked that these people spread but also just to kind of model um how to think about these issues he that's a good point and avert i wonder what you think about this it is is that project working because if we are successfully uh kind of lessening the halo around gwyneth paltrow or something for example it.

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