26 Burst results for "Zanex"
"zanex" Discussed on Checking In with Michelle Williams
"So much said some funny about lab kid. Oh my god is the best you know like that was made everybody's like my nigga. It ain't dead funny. You know what i'm saying. That was me i was. I was trying so hard to be part of a family is because i did have a family and so i was trying so and then when when i got to church and when i started seeing that had burned do music i tried so hard to wanna be accepted and played and acquire did everything i would get on get on people's nerves like i remember being in fourth grade of time to write haiku like you remember how My haiku was in fourth grade. Like no cap is said. The once was a kid named kirk. The quiches column jerk when he went out to play it was a rainy day. Stupid little kid named kirk and so yeah so that was like the the motif of my life that is the lexicon of how i viewed myself coming up. So that allowed me to be more desperate to seek help and to admit that i needed it and found peace in that. And then god would cana even orchestrate the music to canopy part of the my zanex. Yeah you know the the music mccain is. I don't know any other medications of zanex lamented persian and numbness in it to be anti medicine absolute. I'm saying that you know something like imagine me in in in so my hilmi believed. These songs became the therapy while i was in therapy. Wait a minute wasn't joy it. It wasn't that way now joel. Doing thinking was not that loud. Not that harsh of seeing a lot of those very abusive sounding to your boca cards okay. I'm sorry so you were saying it was songs like yes. Sounds like imagine me in in and these these these songs became part of my medicine for me to be able to find comfort and healing..
"zanex" Discussed on Ace and TJ
"We can review. That's a good one though. Vacation is over. And this. here's a guy that says Let's talk offline or let's circle back Both of them are good. Good ways of getting around other military sayings. Let's just circle in for all you ladies would just got another one. Said that there are three words they. Hey what's for dinner. I mean i get that but if you're having to be asked aren't you really falling down on your responsibility if it gets to a point where your family has to ask. What's for dinner. Doesn't mean that you're you know running behind what you're supposed to be doing here. Decision should have already been made in. There should already be. You know an obvious answer to that by whatever it is that you're cooking you know somebody who walks in and sees this the stove steam in and other. They look over there. They see green beans in the pot and some chicken fried steak. They don't have to ask what's for dinner. They know me better. That's more of a reflection on you and your tardiness. Not targeting play thirty when we return. You're not twenty anymore and drugs at the kid party. That's all next podcast would never duplicated. You're not twenty stopped blank. Top answer clearly not about the same person because it's come from different people but they're all along the top answer along these lines. Hey you're not twenty. Stop posting about alcohol all the time. Apparently a lot of people that apparent post about how much alcohol they drink or what alcohol. They're drinking and clearly according to some of these responses. These people are in their thirties forties fifties. Check it out. Yeah getting drunk. And i. I love this one. Hey you're sixty. Stop bullying your gamer friends. Because they don't wanna grind weekly missions with you all day every day. That's going to be like somebody on come on another funny one. keep me anonymous. please well. I don't worry that on the radio never much. Hey you're not twenty. Stop using a tanning bed and dying. Your hair bleached blond. The lady. who does this in my community is not a good look. She she's happy that's not nice. Hey you're not twenty. Quit telling me about your side relationships slash indiscretions well does a twenty year old. Do that too. You're not twenty. Stop with your body shaming of yourself and yourself. He's you've had three kids. Quit begging for comments about how good you look. You're not twenty. Stop thirds trapping is what that one means essentially. Yeah okay to talking to you. I'm gonna keep their kids exactly their shrimp life. You're not twenty dying your hair all colors of the rainbow. Yeah i've seen that a couple of times And it's interesting. I think the women point out things about other women and guys pointed things about other guys like a guy said. You're not twenty. Stop driving a truck that you know is all lowered and it looks like a dog using the bathroom. I don't even get that one. But that's that hold. The carolina squat. Things was called. You're not twenty stopped wearing your hat backwards. That's an interesting one. Fred durst who looked very odd at lollapalooza. Just look different. I prefer nurse. Yeah it was very weird. That was said why you don't want anybody to think that you i'm not twenty. I don't watch lollapalooza. It was on the news watch. It was literally all the news a lollapalooza. It was a news of it yeah. Mtv news twenty. Mtv happen to see really disappointed. Okay so a fifty five year old guy and pittsburgh do on both of those things you five and in pittsburgh stumbled into a kid's birthday party while under the influence of zanex and meth. who ooh. that's a party. Pack is what we call that He also had thirty eight bags of hair on thirty eight Just oh hey. I didn't realize there was a party here. But they passed the Pass the juice boxes. Sure capri sun but Sounds like they They got him out of there and before any problems took place. I don't know whether he was thinking that was his own house. You know how sometimes drug addicts will mix up somebody else's house and then think they're in their own house and robert downey junior. Do that at one point when he was He was into drugs. And all you see went in in one of their kids beds neighbors bed or something not a good look like a race car bed. Yeah yeah yeah better why you need zanex hen myth doing too much. But aren't they two different things. Don't they do two different things. Now doesn't myth jack. Y'all up and then zanex is supposed to be downer. Yeah it's such a town than heroin. He had thirty.
The Resurgence of Psychedelic Psychiatry
"I'm only here with. Npr science correspondent. john hamilton. hydro on me. So as npr's neuroscience reporter you're always reporting on the most interesting thing so what you got for us today. What i've got for you. Today is psychedelic drugs. Not literally of course. But i wanna talk about how these drugs are getting a second look as a way to treat psychiatric problems like depression anxiety substance use disorders. Even ptsd in the past decade. It's become a very hot topic. Brain sites yes. It is a very hot topic. In fact john. Our first shortwave episode was about using silla sivan as a treatment for smoking cessation. Some guy you're bringing this topic back to the podcast. What are some of the drugs will be talking about today. Lot of familiar names. You mentioned suicide side. There's also ketamine masculine. Ibew gain ecstasy even Lsd in some cases and those are all drugs that can cause hallucinations or out of body experiences. Right right and most of them are not legal right but how do they work for depression. And all those other psychiatric conditions so ketamine for example is able to help a lot of people with major depression even when nothing else works about ten years ago i was able to talk to one of the first people to take part in a clinical trial ketamine. His first name is christopher. He asked me not to use his last name. Christopher had depression that made him so aside uil and before he got ketamine he had been prescribed just about every drug out there to treat his depression he told me it started with prozac and paxil and went onto klarna pen atta van zanex ramen gabba penton byu spar depakote. They had me on for a while. That is a long list and none of those helped him either. They didn't work or the side effects. Were so bad. He had quit taking them. But christopher was lucky managed to get into one of the first studies of ketamine and now fifteen years later the fda has approved a version of ketamine for use in people like christopher.
"zanex" Discussed on Swarfcast
"So i mean that's a resource at least that some companies have i mean. I think it's probably tricky if you're an employer or even just a co worker to try to help another worker to get mental health support It's going to depend on your relationship with them. Drugs drugs versus talk therapy. Some people would say that talk. Therapy isn't gonna really change much in certain people. Gimme your brief. Take on my guess is you're gonna say you know often. Even a combination can be good. Well yes some people. They're going to benefit more from a combination of them. Some people aren't going to be open to therapy. But they might be open to medication And then for some people. That's enough to help them get through a difficult time or that might be a bridge to them. Trying out therapy. If the medication doesn't work well enough for some people are only open to therapy but not medication but they might benefit from medication over time so that can be something that they work towards. So i mean people have their own process. And just because i don't prescribe medications doesn't mean that. I don't think they can be helpful. I don't think they're a cure all usually i. Sometimes they're they're really crucial for helping someone cope with their psychiatric problem and they might be crucial to help. Someone get the most out of therapy so that they really can work together. It's not a one-size-fits-all thing. I don't think talk. Therapy is the solution to every problem either. Do you think that a lot of the medication is abused or prescribed. Morley i i don't know what the the stats are. But i wouldn't assume that most of the medications are abused. Certain medications are more at risk for people abusing them like after not so loft stimulant meds like. Adhd meds can be abused or opioids. Which a lot of people know about pain pain meds annex. That's what i was thinking. An zana zanex yes..
"zanex" Discussed on Fading Memories: Alzheimer's Caregiver Support
"Every last evidence of her beanery Deep cleaned the room that they she had slept in her room and it wasn't long after that we did some stuff in my office and he had her room repainted. I'm like i liked that color that she had picked out a wire payment. Whatever but it was just like he just went through this weird nesting because he couldn't understand like she's out not in housing. Where i'm like dude. She was twenty five if give me a break ears. Parental shifting gears by in. Actually doing that now. I don't know your husband probably will never meet the jalen but I would look at that as his need to feel. Purposeful was a gap there. Something was missing. You need to fill that gap in feel purposeful. You need to feel needed. So you know i a lot of the responses the repetitive questions or even aggression furstration will do that so you know. Let's look at those underlying needs. Rather than just you know wipe out the zanex without the ad van and there is a very good but out. I cannot recall the author right now. Dementia without drugs. It's been around for a very long time. you know. And when we when. I first heard at title years and years ago i thought oh. Good luck with that but we learn. It's been my learning curve because someone who is pacing and someone who's agitation is ramping up. You know a chemical restraint which is what xanax or a you know then by definition it's a chemical restraint. It's not solving the underlying issue. That's causing the aggression or the education. It's not doing anything all it's doing is yelp. You're pretty much slipping. A mickey and knocking them out calming them down now again there are perhaps cases are not more than perhaps there are cases. Where if it's like a frontal temporal lobe dementia. Aggressive behaviors are only going to spiral. No matter what you try to do. And they're gonna hurt themselves than maybe judiciously with guidance..
"zanex" Discussed on The Brandon Triche Show
"That's really hard core. And i i mean. I've had my bouts up and down but that's not like that's neither here nor there i i think it's maybe a little bit worse than normal but it's not like really terrible and that's where perfect example in your life. You know a mild antidepressant for a short period of time. Because you know pretty depressing. I just gave up most important thing in my life drugs boggle. Are you going to give up that now. Supressing now so. I really strongly advised people to see a psychiatrist. Get an evaluation to own that. You're you're in recovery. So they don't start writing scripts for Zanex yeah they do a little nervous here. Has six thousand zanex. Go ahead next week specific in the past. You know i have been at times suicidal. And i actually wanted to go specifically end to a dual diagnosis when i went to treatment. This time for my detox. Because i knew that my brain brown my brain chemistries off for years. And and i did not want to mess around and i was taking a i was taking like one of the pills like antidepressants for awhile. And then i mean myself off. I haven't felt that up and down. That i was feeling but it did help you write it. Absolutely did yeah. I'm very very strong. Proponent for that you know. Put the stigma side. Just you know again. It's nothing the rest of your life. It's justed will tell this. This phase of your recovery is going on so please please. Please go see a psychiatrist but make sure you tell them that. You're in recovery. You don't want any addictive substances and psychotropic medications not addictive. Can you define kind of psychotropic. Substances when i think of that. I think of like craziness no upside traffic medication. It's not medication at psychos. Take knows but you know stole off a keep thinking percocet percocet but not not hard to say terrible idea pack so i knew software to pay things of that nature. You know Yeah yeah that's psychotropic medication. It's making sure that none of it's like benz os or something me. That's why it's critically important to tell psychiatrists at your in recovery. You're recovering addict. Because you know. I hate to say this about the medical field. But i've heard i've heard from doctors that the training and they get for drug addiction. Is they send him to an aa meeting. Or an na meeting. that's it say awful. I know it's awful. It really is and again. I'm not putting down a the psychiatrists out there. They doing great work but they have to learn after. That's why you gotta tell him. And if they if their eyes glaze over on utah on an attic please.
"zanex" Discussed on Agape Baptist Church | Scottsboro, Alabama
"The Popular Medications Zanex, and so the xanax approach says you feel anxious then read Philippians chapter four, six with says be anxious about anything. Do you feel tired? Then Read Matthew Eleven, twenty, eight you see the zanex approach treats the Bible as if as if it's only reason for existence is to make us feel better. Bible. Study is about finding comfort for my issues. But. The problem with this approach. Is that I asked the Bible, how the Bible can serve me rather than how I can serve the God that proclaims. there. We go to the Bible just to get something out of it. We go to the Bible to engage with gardens spoke it can't use xanax approach. But another approach was called the pinball approach. The pinball approach thing about a pinball machine. So that lacking any reference or any guidance on what to read. I just read whatever scripture verse I happened to Ping Pong. Ping to next I happen to turn to the next page ricocheting from one passage to the next. But the problem with this approach is it gives them thought of the context of the Bible the passage and it doesn't show desire once again to engage with the text to dig up underneath the surface. So other self-serving style of approach. Another self-serve salve approach is called the magic eight ball approach. Remember those little magic eight balls that you just shake and answer would pop up. So when you have difficult question, you go to the Bible like a magic eight ball. And you just try to shake it and find the answer to that question. But the Bible is not magical. and. Its primary function is not for you to just find whatever answer you're looking for at the moment. The Bible's meant to transform us. As we read it as we study it as we meditate upon it. So we've had those approaches, next is the personal shopper approach the personal shopper approach. This is where we don't actually study the Bible rather we shop around..
"zanex" Discussed on Free Game Just Listen
"And last. Lifestyle choices. So. Neither you know we covered what mental health mullah health is. How is it in knowledge in our culture? Honestly, you know it is not is basically a taboo. If brought up back then when our parents were younger, they were told on crazy and now that on into Koran. which I am definitely not against nor do I disagree with I love the Koran I believe in it. But truthfully, it goes deeper than that. For example, if a kid has autism. Back home he is thought of slow when they are actually one of the smartest beings in the world you know. So with that said, they lacked education. But Really Basically. So this episode right now what I'm GonNa talk about addiction and how it affects the mental health. So first and foremost isn't good for you. For your brain. Especially, there's a reason why you know we're not born with these toxins in her body and when we put them in our bodies, we get sick obviously. So, when these drugs are are taken out as being abused a brain produce you for effect. So honestly when you're abusing these drugs, however some can also damage. Your brain and procedures strokes in direct toxic effects, brain cells. All right. So when these social drugs are. Abuse at least to addiction and addiction change your personality, your thinking, and distance you from your loved ones, which is the worst thing that could possibly happen to you because you know your family is everything. All right on saw. Addiction stops you from growing into your full potential destroys your emotional psychological and social well-being. You know it's just it's horrible So. With that said addiction. What who's a dictator right now so we have a lot of our kids in the Somali community addicted to medication is called Oxycontin. Percocet S- you know Zanex. But now the matter at hand killing a majority of our boys is Oxycontin Percocet, which is our nowadays lease with something called Sentinel, which is extremely and highly dangerous. I mean you don't even know what does it take that will keep you alive You know one one pill and you're gone you know so so what are these things on oxy's are? I think they're. Actually their opium and based whatever and Percocet I'm really not. Very, educated oxy but. The percocet I know and it's a combination of on the oxycontin itself and tiny law..
"zanex" Discussed on Camden Boyd's The Happiness Question
"I'm doing well. I'm from New Jersey I grew up in southern. New Jersey right outside of Philadelphia. Town called Moorestown New Jersey. I at a very young age suffered from depression. Anxiety I grew up in what you'd say abusive household. And on the outside, everything looked peachy came. We looked like the all American family. My family add money and so a lot of things that I think would have been noticed, and things were let go and so. I went through childhood where it was just it was awful for me when I was real young I went through horrible bullying in school eventually I became friends with the popular kids, but I ended up still suffering from this anxiety and depression, which led me to do anything to fit in with them when I was very young, I started. Smoking cigarettes was the first thing and then drinking alcohol and smoking weed. And I liked to anything that would sort of change. The way I felt inside and so I hung out with the kids that were doing that type of thing, and my anxiety got so bad by the time I was fourteen. I actually took myself to the hospital. Believing I was having a heart attack and dying. And I ended up going to see a psychiatrist who put Miana a drug called? would I didn't know that client is is very similar to something called Zanex, which is very addictive drug man. What the doctor just did was he said here's this strong. You take this this'll make. Go Away, but we never discuss what was causing anxiety, or what do I do have to take this drug forever? Basically, it was how he just said. Here's his prescription. You take it every day when you have anxiety and which was every day for me, so I started taking that? Day, and what later what I realized was a drug like that at the most. I should have been on for about three days at the very most, it's only to be used in really emergency situation, and then there should have been other ways we looked at. So..
Alice Vincent: Rootbound
"Really nice to have you back on the show. You a very early guest as I remember talking about balcony gardening. That was a long time ago. Now it's going to be two years ago but you back on the show to talk about a couple of things but the thing I wanted to talk you out. I is your lovely new book. Rebound rebuilding a life. Which is a super cover half to say props on the cover because it's very lush and leafy and this I think is caught the imagination of lots of people who given the current inserts pandemic cliche phrase here the current situation that we're in the unprecedented situation as caught people's imagination. Just tell me a little bit about the books about and how it all came about well. It certainly wasn't written with a pandemic in well. Nobody wants to log book right now. I guess called select back you know I think if the Incessantly of all the losses of the pandemic book being released in it is definitely not on that list. It came as kind of it wasn't like I wake up one day like I'm going to write a memoir. I in for the UNINITIATED. The book deals with a number of things but it essentially examines how humans go to ground times of traumatic events and Tabula NSS and I examined kind of Autho generations that have kind of discovered plants for themselves in the ways in which they do alongside this narrative of a year of my life my late twenties when the Paul. If I thought my life was taking Off The tracks and kind of turned to dust I guess and when During which discovered gardening as a means of coping really kind as a writer. I started to write about Shit. You knew six eight months a year off to the fats and eventually it kind of appeared that match she. Maybe it could be a book. `and plants for me have always been the the bronx that make themselves interesting to me. The ones that have stories not how I learn. Prompt names blunt facts. Whatever tiny amount booking got from learning the the origins stories of APLOMB and so into we've these narratives of plant stories with of my iron on. It's all about I. Guess the relative therapy. That gardening brightened. Things gave me at time when else much did really now. You are a classified as of menu. I'm not a millennial laughing comparably about the old than you tell me about being a millennial implants because a lot of cliches out there on the interwebs about individuals in their house plums but very positive that generation. How does that kind of Cliche make you feel? And is there a way to bypass that to get to the natural number of truth? About how millennials are interacting with Lance. Such a good question so I've had quite lots of people generously talk to me. About rebound they think. The whole thing about houseplants and I think that might be because of the cover. It's very kind of botanical Indoorsy plenty cover of it but it's not about hospital is about the need for the outdoors in it's about this constant searching the outdoors in nevertheless acknowledges the same many people my age Discovering houseplants was a kind of gateway to gardening widely. And there's nothing wrong with brilliant and I think I think to answer your question about how this cliches help make me feel. I mean I think it's such limited understanding. I definitely think there is a grain of truth. It's a trend and I'm sure as you investigated on your brilliant podcasts. It's a trend that For Lots of reasons is very established on brings a lot of people joy but it's also representative of a wider need to engage with the soil with the ground with growing things with Nietzsche. Because my argument that kind of making the book is the those born after nineteen eighty in grew up in subsequent years. We were the first generation to grow up with the Internet with first generation to grow up to to grow without the the lost generation throughout without the Internet's on my childhood which was one of being outside. It was also very much one of being. Sit Down this is Microsoft Windows Ninety Five. This is your game boy. This is Yoda smartphone. This is Messenger. We learnt launched using really really quickly relearned to cultivate a reliance upon instant gratification. Is it any wonder that we get to adulthood in with desperate to slow down and gardening offers the opportunity to so I think that's very interesting point? I mean I think your your windows. Ninety five was probably my Zanex eighty-one loading games on a tape player. Probably like the only person in. He's he's listening to this inexperience. Remember that experience. But
"zanex" Discussed on Ubuntu Podcast
"Right and lost in the news this week into the breach to. And, lost in the news this week into the breach, one point two has been released with Lenox support. Is this again in the breach? Yes, must be a game. It is a game so I think if you have listeners are familiar with the game. Could F. T. L. which is? A sort of spaceship fighting management game, which is a bit quirky. Basically, you're in shape with various rooms and people and you've got to keep everything running while you're helping between bits of the galaxy infighting things and have encounters. This game is developed by the same people. Of A different game. This is a turn based strategy with like elements. That is like boilerplate phrase I've heard you say. Not Strategy. With like elements. Any Game What I. What I know about Games is mark likes turn based Strategy Games. I started what? Those words mean when they strung together but I know that's. That's mark's Jam. The Fun thing about this game that makes it different is so you get your units deployed on map and the enemy units a pair, and then each turn. You tell units what to do, but you can see what the enemy units are going to do on their turn. So you make your decisions based on what you know that they're going to do so in response to that. You can try and move them around so that they don't hit something, or you can get in their way, or you can try and wipe them out entirely before they get the chance to attack you and. Gives you a different approach to your strategy? Because you might rather than just trying to attack and do as much damage as possible each turn, you might take a more strategic approach to the game. And with. This release. They've done a bit Renault Hall of the engine, they've. Done some re-balancing. Of encourage you to try out more of a more of what's available, different units or weapons of edibles you go to the game and I've tried to encourage you to use more of those, but also as part of it they the pay version is now available exclusively, which is cool, so when you said listeners of the podcast may be familiar with the game faster than light. I was thinking of ood. The nineteen eighty-six shoot-em-up available for the ZANEX to. Sixty. And while I I when you start laughing anew, that's what you were thinking. But I'm sorry, but Mr over here needs to point now. The F. T. L. was the publisher. Light Force lying game you're in game, right. Light software was the name of. Software yes. Right, and on that note, that's the end of the news. And that's all for episode five. Thank you everybody for listening. We hope you enjoyed it as much as we did. If you'd like to get in contact with us and let us know your thoughts about the things we discussed this week. You can email show at podcast daughter. Can come chat with US between shows in Telegraph group at open dot. Org Slash, telegraph. And can join us next week when we going to be discussing. Twenty four, yes. Goodness. Comes within..
"zanex" Discussed on Thoth-Hermes Podcast
"Does voices. Just amazing. I really go for them. Those shorten monks were singing the traditional Orthodox church choral. We praised the so many new things. We've learned from Natasha and that injury or do you think so. In any case I think this always verse and necessary to find out what other cultures do with their magic and mysticism. They're called work. Let's always speak curious open minded and interested in others. This was episode one of season. Four of the Thermes podcast lost. But now I also have to tell you what will be next year on surveys. Next Sunday on January twelfth our interview August in episode two will be United Kingdom Zanex color and historian Dr David Harrison David tests written six books on the history of freemasonry numerous articles and papers. He has appeared on TV and radio with his expertise. And we're lucky to have him here. We're going to talk about the lot of topics from his huge knowledge source in the field of freemasonry. This is is going to be both exciting and instructive so come back next week and bring some friends for today. I would like to thank you for having been with us. Spreads the word think about becoming a patriot. Well don't only think about it. Just do it okay care. Stay tuned mm-hmm MM-HMM UH UH uh-huh UH uh-huh uh-huh aw..
"zanex" Discussed on Animal Radio
"How do we find a fear? Free Veterinarian for just if if is there like a database somewhere we can nc all the fear free bets. Yeah go to fear free. HAPPY HOMES DOT COM. That's the that's the one for pet owners and there. There's a directory where you can find somebody in your area and you know and if you're a veterinarian if you really love your veterinarian. They're not yet doing it. You might encourage them to do it when you know. A lot of people have a great relationship with a veterinarian Canarian based on science. They've been there for you in times of need. It's no longer good enough just to look at your pets physical wellbeing when you have a pet. That's going in for nail alternate thinks it's going to die. You have to kind of put that like a human baby if you wouldn't do that to a human baby if you wouldn't have six people hold onto human baby to a procedure ager. You probably shouldn't have six people holding down to trim their nails in if you're coming in your pet is is biting barking. Shivering shaking jumping being frozen blinking. Yawning salivating those are all signs of extreme fear. Yawning yawning. Yeah we used to think I remember when I first got veterinary medicine. slipknot yawning like they're aboard yawning. Probably the most avert signs. You see our our panting shivering shaking yawning Salivating and here's the one that really got me when fear free started in October of two thousand nine. Now that's ten years ago a little over ten years ago dogs that went in the exam room and lay down with their. They lay down like taking a nap with their head between their legs. I thought they were napping and I thought why can't dogs be like that. That's the worst sign and of all. It's called collapsing mobility. So that dog is would be similar to somebody else. You know that was facing a firing squad. That doesn't run. They just freeze breeze so that dog closes a size and freezes Preparing to in its mind to meet. Its death I wanNA know how we can get this for my regular doctor because all I hate going to the doctors twenty pediatricians I sixty six. I don't know how old you are but boy medicine was rough when we were kids. Kids of the dentist was rough but the well. We didn't have a pediatricians the family doctor but they would manhandle manipulated threatening abuses and now going to the pediatric dentistry is. It's like matter of fact where my granddaughter goes called Granite Hills Dental spa in. It's unlike anything that you know we've had it. You have to think of this any of your listeners. Out there that have A child a grandchild nephew in eastern acquaintance. It's about one year old. When they're one year old you can explain to them? Why a procedure benefits and they can anticipate or expect the relief even if it's moments away and that's the same thing with with all animals not just dogs and cats but reptiles birds horses? They don't know why it procedure benefits. And why does vaccine benefit me. Why does having this? This inflamed the era benefit me and they can't anticipate or expect to relief fearing Zeidan stress or pain. Even if it's moments away so you have to have this system of protocols calls to remove or reduce the triggers for each pat to constantly be keeping them in a state of happy and calm and if it does rise up rather than just adding adding another person or to to hold him down you retreat. In comeback a different way another way which probably will include some nutraceutical pharmaceuticals goals. You give them something early and give it a chance to act like a like a lamb which is generic Zanex or you. Go Straight eight to sedation. That big delays Ville painful memories. And unfortunately you can't scrub that out these ideas over the website. Yeah go go to go to fear free happy homes dot com to find help for your information for your for your home then you can do you can find. It can find a trainer. You can find a veterinarian.
"zanex" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1
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"zanex" Discussed on 77WABC Radio
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May Spotlight on Mental Health Month
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Mental health News Radio network. Thank you. Mental health News Radio dot com. And this is a huge network of podcasters that that does include Kristen download our number one hundred seventy countries all around the world, and she just dedicates her life to this. And these are also always so interesting to hear some of these facts Kristen in the nineteen sixties. This campaign was extended to the entire month of may. So again in the sixties, we must have put focus on it again, and where courage to take responsibility for preventing mental illness by making positive lifestyle choices and thought and action and for heaven's sake. As you tell people all the time if necessary get some help or talk to someone and say, maybe talk therapy or meds might be right for you and your situation and -solutely. So. How long let's talk a little bit about you. How long have you been dealing with with this issue and trying to help people and what strives have you seen since then? Oh my gosh. That's a long discussion. Now. We have love to hear what you say. Kristen you do have such a great background. I think you so much and I'd say I'd like to be in this field. I've been working with mental health challenged people since I was probably eight or nine years old. My grandmother was called a foster grandparents, and she was actually an appointment by Nancy Reagan telemetry and she worked with kids down syndrome autism. And other mental health issues, and I was with her after school working with the kids, and I had no idea that was my first installment into the in tier volunteering, but it was and I kept that up throughout my entire life up until forty nine years old. That's pretty amazing Kristin. So this is your grandmother was written up Nancy Reagan's. What was let's get her grandma. Shut out. What was her name? I dream Vesa Audrey Besse, and she was a Nancy Reagan's book called to love child. Yes. Interesting. I'll mazing that. So. Barrett. Is right there. Thank you can throw aren't that? Good. Kristen fantastic. Was this book? Release published your member and guided seventies early eighties late seventies. Yeah. Sounds about. Right. That's precious boil boy to love child, Nancy Reagan, your grandmother, and that's just so prefix that that would be in your family and your legacy and with what you do. Now, you're all over the world where this grandma would be so proud. Yes, she really would be. And you know, it's interesting to hear the labels that are used we need the us labels to define thing. So that we can understand them. And then there's a part of not be labeled that comes with that. But at that time the words that were used to describe people that had down syndrome and other ailments. They were not very friendly. They certainly wouldn't be PC today. They're not worth repeating. But just the awareness of the kind of language we use when it comes to mental health related problems is fantastic. Compared to what it used to be well say there, and this might not be completely applicable both what you're saying now, but just in in media. And culture allowed and you think of movies in the past. You've got one flew over the course nest. Just little things like that. Just just that spark a recognition. This is how them for trade and not everyone who has mental health issues has is a huge spectrum. Ryan absolutely huge sector. It's not everyone needs medication. Some people need medication for a short time in their life to get them throw something and some people need medication for a lifetime and idea behind it. Is there this isn't anymore? Those other people that have these kinds of problems. It's all of us anyone that has taken zanex or an SRI or something like that has struggled with mental health challenge whether temporarily or an ongoing issue with make so much drives in the science and the public understanding when you talk about these people used to talk about. You know, the shock treatments people had to get and those were so severe, but they honestly did help some painful ramifications with those just as with anything and then back in the day. When people went to war, you came back with shell shock and people just left it alone didn't talk they leave him alone. He's got more issue's now after all the things we've been in the recent decades and all our struggles around the world, we have people coming home, and there's so much more of an understanding about it and ways to help that it doesn't have to be a silent thing, and we call it PTSD now more than more than shell shock or whatever else they used to call it. And that's just that's just that alone is a huge stride. Absolutely. Take a look at something like autism. That was that they are saying there's so many more people that are being diagnosed with autism. There's an epidemic unreality really is according to the researchers and doctors I've been with it's not that there's more going on. It's that people are just open to being getting. Diagnosed saying there somewhere on the spectrum. And you always wonder about that whether with autism and ask burgers and things like that. Or any condition if we're just better at going to seek help and the doctors knowing how to identify it and help or you know, you have people talking about back scenes, what's in our food. And what's in our water that could be causing more of this? But but you're right. We can think of we've known in the past even when we were little children who were just a bit different and not different special and had different abilities. And I think that's someone that might not have been diagnosed that could have been helped. And so what you say really does ring true. Yes, it's wonderful for people to have something tangible to hang onto when they're going through something with their mind on something that affects their entire physiology. It's a wonderful thing to know. That's what this is or to at least take on the challenge of trying to find out what's going on because there are so many treatments available and the issue has been largely in in this area of health stigma associated with it now that we're reducing the stigma people are more apt to they'll get health because they're not embarrassed to do. So absolutely. We have to remind people every single day down way. Because they're always people you've worked in this for decades. But there are always people who are just finding out. I might have a problem now, whether they're adults or children who haven't heard any of this message because their children and dealing with kids stuff. Then one day they realize I might have an issue, and they might hear someone like Christians not a Walker. Speaking of this and realizing there could be a solution to this. I should speak out and get some help. It's not. Something I have to deal with alone. Right. Exactly. Actually, that's the biggest piece to with reduced sigma or in a radical. Then people will talk to other people not just for fashionable and realize, oh, my neighbor is struggling or my colleague at work.
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Manhattan DA Busts Big New Jersey Dark Web Drug Ring
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"zanex" Discussed on House of Kim with Kim Zolciak
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"zanex" Discussed on The Skinny Confidential Him And Her Podcast
"CEO's hip hop icons like Jay z, Kanye, west and Drake. The forty eight laws of power is one of the most requested books in the American prison system, and his book mastery provides an in-depth analysis with historical examples of how we can become masters of our craft. I highly recommend both each of his six books goes really deep dives into the dark spaces of human nature. They're extremely impactful. And unlike other books that you just read these become books that you study. I wish we had a week to interview Robert Greene because we could just keep talking on and on and on the subject of this podcast will cover topics and his most recent book, the laws of human nature with that. Let's welcome Robert Greene to the podcast. This is the skinny confidential Imon her. In the studio with Robert Greene, one of my favorite authors. Robert, what were the nonverbal cues that Lorne was giving out or giving off when you walked in the room? Well, you really put me on the spot. A little bit of nervousness. That's probably true from both the most a yeah. Yeah. I mean, I get that a lot of times. I don't know why because I'm not a very threatening person. But because they wrote the forty eight laws of power people assume that I'm kind of this maniacal, very Machiavellian sort of a moral person. They're a little bit worried and intimidated, I don't know if that was it but just a little bit of nervousness. But nothing very pleasant. Very open. You know, I think they all your an intimidating person and not a not a negative way. By the way. I think it's just because maybe you've dove into the human psyche in such a deep level that when you come into the room, if you're like, okay? What is he picking up about me? What is? Yeah. That's right. True. I mean, just just picking up on a little that nervousness right away. Like, you you can see that concepts of what no like somebody who's a fan of your work and read your work knowing that you've studied this so much. That's what I think is a little bit nerve wracking. So have nerve wrack. Relax. It's gonna be all right. Zanex taylor. So we were talking earlier, you know, we actually had to postpone this interview, we got your we got an advance copy of your book early on. And we're going to do it. Right. When the book was coming out. But you you recently suffered a stroke, and we were really worried I was personally when I was like what if there's no more Robert Greene books. That's nice. Oh. What happened? What did that? What was that? What's that experience touchy so far while it's obviously taught me a hell of a lot. It was probably this book contributed to stroke, the stress of it because I was working really hard for about five years. Nonstop birthdays Christmas, I was working really hard on it because there's a difficult book. And I really wanted to nail it. And in August, you know, everything seemed fine. I was getting ready for the publicity tour, and I was in driving a car with my wife, and she suddenly saw that I was acting very strange and nearly hit another car and she pulled me over and call nine one one. They rushed me the hospital, basically shit. She saved my life because if they hadn't gotten me that quickly I would have had brain damage, there would be no more books, and I probably would have gotten a terrible accident. So I'm very lucky to be alive. And since then, you know, I was in the hospital for awhile, basically the..
"zanex" Discussed on News Radio 810 WGY
"A success story. Now, the problem is that is all if you're addicted to opioids and now with this new Fenton, all that they're putting in these drugs purposely to make it even stronger problem with fed knows people that even you know, hardcore addicts Adine from it that have a high tolerance for the stuff for years. And nobody knows what's in any of these drugs. When you buy them, you know, we've had my friend. You know, Eric Bolling on the program and his son. Chase bought a Xanax. Didn't know it was laced with all and he died with one one zanex pill. I mean, it can happen to you. And it can happen your kids. No matter how many times you talked to them. It's one of the scariest thing just you know, that's going on out there. But of course, it's a manufacturer crisis. Okay. We have more Americans now likely to die from an opioid overdose. In a car accident? You know, opioids car crashes falling the odds of dying in the US. The odds are dying now the highest opioids and it's happening every seven point five minutes. Another death nearly two hundred deaths today over seventy two thousand annually. I mean, these are real lives real people all over the entire country. And these drugs are being fed to our kids at, you know, ten dollars bags of heroin. That's it you watch any of these programs drugs, zinc or trade, they'll they talk to the drug dealers they drug dealers. No, you do it. Once they own you. They absolutely know it because they've seen it, and you can't stop on your own certainly and these treatment centers are they're pretty scary times we live in anyway, news roundup information overload hour, by the way, the nobody in the news ever talks about any of the good news. Volkswagen is spending what eight hundred million dollars in Chattanooga. Tennessee on a plant that they have there and new investment a thousand new jobs is going to be in Chattanooga. We have long-term optimism in terms of the economy continuing to rise term investor optimism is up late as UBS investor watch pulse. Poll. Seventy one percent of more optimistic about the ten year economic outlook than they were just two months ago when it hit a high then of sixty eight percent, seventy eight percent believe the economy's fundamentals are strong. Seventy five percent said they expect to reach their long term goals. We mentioned this earlier in the program. We have this Gillette ad that is out there. The it is massive the backlash on social media and the uproar of so many people that have seen this dollarshaveclub dollar shave. Exactly. I watched this. You know, it's I don't want to get into all the specifics. There are these brutish dies. You look we know you can handle yourself. I'm sorry. Are you looking at me? I'm looking at you. And you know, these guys in New York, for example, the old classic is a bunch of construction guys eating lunch pretty girl walks by and they get whistled that. I love that. I'm like, thank you for paying attention. I didn't get dressed up for myself. Thank you for noticing a woman or a man says, I look nice, I say, thank you. But it's different this is different era. Now, there's brutish behaviour, you know, guys touching women inappropriately. Then it goes all the way into the, you know, Weinstein category abusing power to seduce people or even force people into sexual acts. It also this fine lines. The problem with the ad is why would they make that ad because they know they're going to piss off people. Okay. Not every guy is like a stereotypical. You know, male chauvinist pig and on and then there's one scene in particular where one guy, and they want men to confront each other over when they see, you know, onc- where guys looking at a woman like, wow, she's really pretty you stop that. You know, men and women do like each other men and women do want to meet other men and women and men and women. I always believed that there's somebody for everybody and men and women are attracted to each other. It doesn't have to be brutish or pig ish or it could be nice and kind and high in how are you? And you you're right men. Do notice that women are attractive. I'm sure women notice if they think men are attractive on they has to be somewhat fractious waiting for the backlash. It's like ridiculous. Like, I see women walk down the street all the time ogling men saying inappropriate things. I don't see them making commercials about that. They don't ever. It's never happened to me happens to you all. Not to me all the time. I've been on the road with you. And I've watched it happen. Okay. I walked the streets of New York's because you're oblivious does not mean, it's not happening. They're two very different thing. You're creating an image. That is false. I am extremely aware person. Not to that. I've never gotten whistled that. Yes. You have no. Haven't been there. I would tell you if I did. No, you wouldn't because you're oblivious. You're not paying attention to that. You're looking at your phone. You're reading an article you talking to somebody else. And so and so's behind you going handy. Handy. You're so love your show, look younger taller and skinnier person. So we all know and short on TV. The camera ED's ten pounds. We all know that list. And you're all sweet and nice and you sign, everybody's, hats and shirts and letters and books. There's a simple rule, and I you can't go over every situation. But I think there's a simple basic fundamental rule. Be nice. You would want your own daughter. How would you want her treated? How would you want your sister? Or your mother treated you would want them treated with the respect that they deserve. Now. It's okay of men are attracted to women. They are. It's a fact women are attracted to men you don't have to go over there. You really hot in the dress. You know, you sound like an idiot. And I think that this was a stereotype, that's how men are. And I think that has actually really pissed off a lot of their customer base because it was oh, this is how men are. That's not how every man is. There are respectful men out there that respect women treat them kindly. Actually. I know guys up just worship women. Listen, there's good and bad in every group men. Women every race every creed every gender. We all got prob. Somebody told me about this show. I haven't seen it on Bravo. By some guy named John. And he's a serial have you seen the Kylie put your mic up? So apparently, this guy is a serial hoodwink or manipulator of women. Right. He has the programs called dirty John dirtyjohn story, and this guy like praise on women praise on women says all the right things has them fall in love with them. Right. If been married many times, married many times since have criminal record throughout many different to what happens. He puts a full court press charm on gets these women that are rich to marry him. Yes. And against their money, and then gets their money usually abusing them it ended. Well, I don't want to spoil it fareless stole those spoiler alert here. Go ahead. You can spoil it. He ends up murdering or trying to attacking one of her daughters, and she ends up fighting him off in a parking lot. And she actually ended up killing him. But it's another thing to what happens on these social data dating sites. Mark Simone who is who's still done on this program? Many times on our affiliate here in New York WR. He uses and I think he talks about it on the air. I don't want to just disclose something. That's not true, Linda, you'll know better than me. But he is what he uses those dating apps, right? Or at least when we was out of Christmas party. We were talking about it would definitely call Markham social butterfly. Okay. Mark is a doesn't want to get married. No interest in marriage. Okay. But you have these dating apps, and the you put your picture up there. I've never done this. I never done it either. But you put your picture up and somebody can like your picture or you can like somebody else's picture. Then the person knows that you liked that you like their picture if they like you back, then apparently, you you you just meet strangers. And that's how people do it. Now. If you think about it, it's based entirely on looks whatever the picture is you're attracted to that picture on Stephanie personality, you can tell a lot from a person could tell. Yeah. Just just the picture. Let a crock. I wanted the biggest selling point is when you say major Sean Hannity fan. Then you get all those likes from everyone. You're such a liar. Everyone's on top. Why are you all the why are you bothering me with all this stuff? But I do. But to me that's pretty dangerous because you don't know who this person is you don't know anything about that person. I guess you can meet in a public place get pizza get a Cup of coffee, get a drink, whatever. But you're meeting somebody that, you know, nothing about they can say anything about themselves, and nobody knows if it's true. I think those apps are pretty dangerous for my mind when you meet in a bar, though, bar guy says his name is Jim is name is Greg. He says he works at CitiBank. He works at McDonalds now that he's not married. He's married with three kids and some of the app suggest known specifically as hook up apps that if you you're on that agenda. Okay. So in other words, I think you're pretty and I wanna sleep with you. I think you're cute. I wanna sleep with you. Boom. And that's what they do. I would guess I know nothing about this. You you're lying. Why did you say that with a smile on your face? Oh, you're right, Sean. I'm sorry. I'm I'm actually you very savvy. But that's what they have in these to me that's dangerous to all right? It was great to have Michael. And what an incredible story he had anyway, Mike Lindell created my pillow the best pillow you're ever going to use..
Ivanka Trump fashion brand shutting down
"Live from, NPR news in Washington. I'm Shay Stevens President Trump's pick. For the, next avenue of Georgia has won a Republican runoff election secretary of state Brian Kemp says, he's grateful for the support always believed it could be done and we made it happen tonight we're not done yet can't meet Lieutenant governor Casey Keiko who had the backing of Georgia's outgoing governor. Nathan, deal who cannot seek reelection because of term limits can't, full-face Democrats Stacey Abrams in November Abrahams seeks to become the nation's first black woman governor President Trump is set to me, with the European, Commission president Jean-Claude Yonker Wednesday amid, concerns about his trade. Policies Trump says he'll propose that the US, and European nations drop all tariffs barriers and subsidies on, Tuesday the president tweeted that trade partners must either negotiate a fair deal or pay tariffs the US and its European. Allies are at odds over US tariffs on. Imported steel and threats to include off Automobile production. As well President Trump's daughter is is shutting down her fashion brand WNYC's Andrea Bernstein has details Ivanka Trump's been licensing her. Name lines of clothing shoes and handbags targeted to young women for almost ten years like her father, Ivanka Trump did. Not divest from her brand prompting a series of ethical questions during the transition, her company sent out a release. About a bracelets you. More going sixty minutes. Interview with her father just last week she promoted the hiring of American workers while her own products are made abroad at first, her father's campaign seemed, to give her brand of boost in sales jumped during two thousand sixteen but after he took office retailers including, Nordstrom Hudson's bay stop. Selling her products her companies president. Informed eighteen, New York based employees it would be shutting down Trump said in a statement her quote, focus for the foreseeable future will be in Washington for NPR news I'm Andrea Bernstein in New York Greece's prime minister has declared three days of national mourning for the victims of the country's worst Wildfires in over a decade from Rathenow Joanna kakissis reports that the death toll has risen to at least seventy four planes fly low. Over the village of Mati east of Athens dropping water Yanni sought finance walks. Through his burned, out home near the village he'd heard about the. Fires while away on vacation and rushed home a friend was staying. In his house if European as soon as my friends saw the flames she. Grabbed her. Dogs and ran out or if I know says adding a good thing because look what happened, residents of this seaside village have been evacuated, to nearby hotels hundreds of homes. Have burned, to the ground the road is lined. With Sudi hulks of scorched cars rescue workers are searching, homes and, cars for victims who may have gotten trapped in the fire for. NPR news I'm Joanna kakissis in ruffina. Greece on Wall Street stocks closed mixed lower on the NASDAQ you're listening to NPR news Mandatory evacuation orders are. In effect at Yosemite national park is fire crews tried to contain growing forest fire a park spokesman says at least a thousand campground and hotel reservations will be cancelled Scott get him insist, the valley. The heart, of the visitor experience at the park will be closed. Beginning at noon on Wednesday the so-called Ferguson fire has burned nearly. Thirty eight thousand acres and is twenty. Six percent, contain pop singer Demi Lovato has been hospitalized, for an apparent overdose in Los Angeles, NPR's Justin Richmond says, that the twenty five year old singer has had. A history of substance abuse it's not clear what Demi Lovato. Took but her aunt posted on Facebook that. The singer is awake and responsive Levada had problems with. Drugs since she was seventeen here she's on YouTube talking about her struggles I used a bunch of coke and. I popped a few zanex bars Demi Levato venture became, clean and, celebrated five years sober. Earlier this year but in June she released a song. Called sober Involve the lyrics include. The line I'm. Not so burning Justin Richmond NPR news an Ecuadorian immigrant attain while. Delivering pizza is. Now out of jail Pablo via Vincennes CEO was taken into, custody at an army installation in. Brooklyn and then detained in New Jersey the thirty five year old husband and father of. US citizens was facing deportation last month another judge now says the of incensio must be allowed to remain in the US. To pursue his application for legal residency I'm..
Merck lowers prices of some drugs after Trump calls out industry
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The owner of the Red Hen explains why she asked Sarah Huckabee Sanders to leave
"I'm cheri small wbz news topping our news now the trump administration is rolling out a hotline help families reunited comes as parents desperately attempt to find their children cbs's steve futterman has more the department of homeland security last night released an update it says five hundred twenty two children have already been reunited with their parents another sixteen should be reunited by tonight but more than two thousand other children remain separated from their parents and there's no indication how long it will take to get all the families back together the department of homeland security says it knows the location of all children in its custody despite much criticism saying otherwise sarah huckabee sanders is the latest trump administration member to be asked to leave a restaurant because of who she works for correspondent angela anderson has more the white house press secretary posted on twitter friday that the owner of the red hen in lexington virginia astra to leave the restaurant because she works for president trump the owner of the restaurant stephanie wilkinson tells the washington post that several of her employees are gay and we're upset that sanders had defended the president's policies regarding lgbtq issues wilkinson says she took sanders assigned politely astra to leave which he did sandra saying on twitter she always treats people with respect even if she isn't being treated the same wilkinson says she has no regrets about her decision negotiations continue today between national grid and two unions representing twelve hundred gasline workers as wbz's bill marcus reports the gas line workers have authorized a strike when their contract expires at midnight tonight united steelworkers local twelve thousand twelve president john porna pony says his workers and those of local twelve thousand three object to national grid's plans to outsource the seventeen dollar an hour job of identifying underground gaslines for an apology says he also wants his workers to be covered by the unions pension plan not a proposed for a one k program we have a pension plan that we have sacrificed law for years we've taken low wages to keep that pension plan we believe it's the best way to provide security in retirement national grid in a statement says they're committed to negotiating in good faith bill marcus wbz newsradio ten thirty police in seekonk hoover searching for a suspect atta motel make an unexpected drug busts officers seized heroin and several hundred zanex pills that were hidden in the bed sheets cash in a loaded three sixty gun were also found the suspect wanted on a minor offence is now facing stiffer charges wbz news time now eleven oh three and time for traffic and weather together the subaru retailers of new england allwheeldrive traffic on the threes we check in once again with david drobny david how's it looking oh we have.
CDC Study: Guns Used in Self Defense by 2.46 million adults last year
"Are you ready grow up be free this is the joe walsh program congressman joe walsh publican joe joe walsh on the salem radio network yellowhammer news i'm jay holland dothan police sergeant jonathan ueli was arrested april seventeenth on charges of unlawful possession of a controlled substance and theft of property dothan police said whaley was fired friday he was tested for drugs and his patrol car searched police found zanex tylenol and codeine they believe he stole while responding to a medical call the national weather service or nws confirms at least three tornados in alabama from sunday's storms and surveying other parts of southern alabama and the florida panhandle a storm overturned five rv's near foley after three pm in wsf's three people were injured a second tornado hit nearby alberta causing minor damage a third twister hit the us army's fort rucker after one pm control withers thirty two of alexander city was charged with sexual abuse of a child under the age of twelve and two counts of sodomy was found not guilty friday.