20 Burst results for "Ziobro"

"ziobro" Discussed on Talking Lion

Talking Lion

05:53 min | 3 months ago

"ziobro" Discussed on Talking Lion

"But like yeah the only way to not engage with this to be now which unto itself as a shitty d- realizing handling alia. I feel like i'm i'm trying to compartmentalize existentialism into songs. 'cause i don't quite understand it yet but Everyone else will discover as i do. Because i'll be writing about it a all. You gotta do stink in there for you are pausing. The podcast shout out our sponsor new wave. No i've been drinking coffee my entire life. You know as a roman same as a new yorker absolutely birthright it's our birthright we came out of the womb drinking coffee fully caffeinated. And the thing is that we're not getting any younger that's true and we're not getting any less anxious. Oh man that's true too. I'll say i have loved coffee my whole life but lately it hasn't really been agreeing with me. How unfortunately when. I drink coffee now. I start feeling very agitated very anxious. I've been looking around for alternatives. Don't make my heart. Just beat out of my chest while i'm in the middle of working and that's how we stumbled upon new wave new waves flow state. Coffee is an organic ground. Coffee meant to lowering ziobro improve brain function and support creativity with l. c. n. n. and rock akao flow state. Coffee is meant to feel like a cup of hot chocolate or tea or giving the energy of coffee and now through talking line you can try a couple of cups of your own if you go to their website. New wave dot co that's no wave dot co. You can use the code brewing lion for ten percent off your first order. We hope you get creative..

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"ziobro" Discussed on Straight Talk with Ross Mathews

Straight Talk with Ross Mathews

07:45 min | 6 months ago

"ziobro" Discussed on Straight Talk with Ross Mathews

"Buffets. Oh and we're not buffoons cause we love our loons straight talk with ross. Think outside the box if everything a podcast should be. I'm sorry about this song. I know that it's all wrong. Blame it on sharda. Nee on jay talk with raw data sets and thanks alessio. a quick round malone smear. Nikki is here you back from being sick a choo choo. Will we choose mute. How are you feeling getting there. Hello better but i'm here the little Some duck out at some point. If i'm dying a lots of no's blowing and sleeping on that do you need anything. Neighbor down the down the road on spring. Thank you. Well what we missed you. My dear just jane. I'm coming up. I lost something so valuable to me and your ability to poop is going to poop no one now also. I met a couple that i believe is not minute couple goals. I want to see you what you guys think about them. But i did. I started this show. i hope i had. I had you know when you're in. Okay let's go back further okay. I pope okay all right. Everyone and i'm not afraid saying we're not going to go into details here. Cgi now that. That's your favorite thing entire world. I want to say care who you are. You do all right. We're restarting where we're starting and quite normally. I am on a very regular routine way. I have my routine nine. There's no surprises coming on. There are times when it's like. Oh i see that one's new right. And then i still get ziobro. Which is pooping ziouani. When there are moments. When i'm i'm able to go when i ma would then i'm like now i have to okay interesting. I didn't. I believe strongly the number one worst time situation to have to poop would be a win win. When you are having next no getting massaged getting a massage yes would be would be the absolute worst time to and i had had that. You're like oh my god i can't relax. I can't relax and they like rub. Your lower back. Shoulders log fell out during coop. Mr rocket no no i. I never had to pause and be like excuse me you can take. Has anyone ever had to do that. Mid massage. I've had to putin massage. I'm so i'm so baffled by this. It's all you're gonna think about now. He's having to massage. Just like yeah. Do and let me tell you you're supposed to relax completely. I remember one time i had to. And they're like wow. You're really tense. Unlike yes thank. I'm clenching with all my might. Why don't you just say hey. I gotta run to the restroom really nikki. I'm stronger than that. He's bigger than that got. It have alone. have you ever had to poo. And pee during massage a ton of time. Yeah he's thinking about prostate massage is like what happens with that. Like la what. There's guys who give massages just for your prostate. You never heard of that. I've prostate. Cj you've heard of prostate massage. that'd be a grinder. I that's how the your intimacy that's like. have you ever had. It's a beautiful thing. A prostate massagers go glorious than anyone do university. Persian offer a bonus. No they offer that they can like clinics. Do stuff like that. You know kalanick and stuff because it helps to help milk the prostate really helps your finger to the point now. Two cd i. I'm gonna. I'm gonna tell. Cj what every bottoms ever told him. I wasn't prepared to go that deep so number one anxiety for is is a massage. The number two is somewhere else. Another situation in which you are confined k. It happened to me and it happened to me two days ago. Can i'm gonna tell you. Okay i now dentist would be up there. It's not that it's not entirely the dentist It happened to me. I love and i missed. I loved getting pedicures. Okay wait. I've got in the first appointment charged. There's a little tesla charging stations. I just don't get the first appointment early in the morning at this place and my coffee and i was like can i know well. It's just not how. Okay so. I'll go to the pedicure and i'll take care of stuff later and i was in the pedicure chair massage chair which cake that's how that's how they get you and it's needing me you know it's meeting my own dealer as as the technician is you know trimming and puffing and do a shiny but thank you so much and all of that and this and and as as its needing me more and more. I am needing more and more. I was like okay. Hurry hurry hurry up. Hurry up and relax malone. I do not during a pedicure not at all. He's been on what i do. Well he's you're on the phone you're chatting asking questions. He gets so antsy during a care the time to relax. no no. i supervised their their sharp objects. No that's true you hover over weight is that are you okay. I am right there over it. i don't rely. can i ask you a question. Yes i called you during this pedicure phone and said can i call you back with that pre or post to post just because i don't like being on the phone in a pedicure place i just everyone's up in my business they all. They're all like. Oh hi russ high love you on it. And i'm not gonna thank you. So much peter out and then i back you called me talk show okay host poop so then i realize i realize this is not this is not gonna wait and he has only done one foot. Okay i realize i i. He's done.

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"ziobro" Discussed on The Radio Show

The Radio Show

07:35 min | 1 year ago

"ziobro" Discussed on The Radio Show

"Why would you not leave it on. Does it matter to give us the same. Why would you kill the price on average people like you would be short so to avoid any sweater off the hundred in twenty dollar then you got it for nineteen ninety nine twenty nine ninety nine. Why not stick around with this argument bad manners to leave device tag as bad manners to fly a coupon at a the same put. We have blonde on social media somewhere or drug takes number or something like because thing you're giving us the people you know you don't want to lead a price tag on there but i'm on a date with somebody. I don't know for the first time you want. It's property to whip out soda the the viking which just saying would be showing you how much he paid for dinner versus not showing you. How much pay for it. And that's the equipment leaving the price tag on something. If i paid a dialogue if i pay for a retail sweater or whatever i'm taking the tag off just like i'm gonna take the tag off if i paid five dollars for sale. You know what. I'm saying like you just culturally. This is what we told you not say if you want to use it groupon run by sliding in the bill pay for. I don't need to know about it. I don't need it. Advertisers do what you gotta do. But he's not advertising it you look just happen to be looking like so is not an but he's not even saying hey i'm using his groupon. He's just doing we he got to do. You're just sitting there. Why didn't you get our hang. Go to the bathroom for a second. When the beatles came to the bathroom talk minutes paint on on this list dig deeper. I feel like there's a deeper meaning behind this. Just it being embarrassing. Does this like joe off a future trade or this is what we do david okay. We're all friends here. Who heard you to come on. Come on over. Come on her. This is not happening to me personally. This has happened to elite vetted. Does that signify something to you. Got something hard fairly well. Is this still single. Who's the french man right now. No she's still single she's been married before but Yes so anyway. This was dating after shoes. Mary yes as a child and so she's worried about prices and payments and she's of age divorced with a child. I mean this is thing and this is why it's an issue okay. Don't say wants to wash. She divorced because this cash because she got to be doing well the record. We we haven't namedrop so random. Why get you in trouble girl with great friend. Is she on your list. A through f grade itchy see Got money into people. She date has money. So money's not an issue. This person was fake finessing. Like they had money in really did us. That's the issue. That's what the but but so you. This is the thing. It's not normal for guys the without coupons in coupons on dates and stuff that's the point in how you so when you do it is kind of like oh okay now would someone maybe mind one time okay but if every time you would what you run into the situation is you are unsure if this is just kind of like a trait where this person's gonna only pick places. They have coupons to are always. Say that's my point. You're assuming that because it happened on the first day that this is gonna be a habit correct. I run when for some people. Eight ahead become a habit so it kind of left a bad taste in their mouth because every time they go somewhere every time it comes time to pay or something. It's a whole thing about a coupon like into. I mean the same hawkin. At the group ongoing. She don't pay anxiety when you swipe your card ziobro. So she said. Cleveland thing lever tasty speaking of that. This is the guy who spent you know a group on. But he's like you know super grand in the bedroom you're going to be worried about the groupon after all that. She won't get to the point where she gets to the bedroom. Because if not going well at dinner and something i i still don't understand how to dinner didn't go into guy who's the groupon is what i'm saying. Because she thinks it dude is cheap and she or broke and she don't she don't want to be stuck his broke because he's not good enough and sheep and it'd be struggling and she don't want to have to pay for his shit for the rest of her life so it's going to be a is good him using a groupon not a admission of being cheap and or broke so i was a financial adviser and some of the richest people. You ever see dress like what you consider angle say bombs that's hard to say but the most true of all the time they don't phase that's the problem with like they got it. I will raise taxes. Listen i know from first hand. Wealthy people light a good deal. They don't like ample price things issues. The way you do and you just answer my question. Risks people with money they like a deal so he's gonna use the groupon every lining the thing if a if a guy who's wealthy goes on a date or vacation or whatever but maybe got used her or miles or incentives or rewards to do it. Yes he would have. Would he want that or discuss it like talking about money. Group rod is not in our organization. I know i know the ceo of an insurance company and he talked about using his miles to pay for everything by but like if he wants to say okay. We're going to pull up and go to a day. A guy will just do what he do in in money is never discussed. This counts never discussed. You just enjoy the date and time like all of saying what i do. What if it does come up. You should be eternal. And i'll be like like you just happens to come up. Compensation like we talking about traveling and baio years. I'm not sure we'll pay for my paid with. Is i know they you know we. 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"ziobro" Discussed on The Gratitude Podcast - Stories That Inspire Positive Thinking

The Gratitude Podcast - Stories That Inspire Positive Thinking

08:11 min | 1 year ago

"ziobro" Discussed on The Gratitude Podcast - Stories That Inspire Positive Thinking

"Guests, and they're actionable tips had now the host of our podcast. Georgia bente welcome to episode of gratitude podcast. Today will be talking with brilliant artists that I'm really happy to have here. Not just because he's talented, but he's also on a mission and I think art is a great way of getting ideas across. And actually helping many people struggling artists in the music industry face, personal obstacles such as Ziobro mental mental irregularities. And some falling substance abuse NATO, our guest today overcame this and wants to help others. Natives Narin be artist was passionate about faith and inspiring people that struggled with anxiety. Depression and substance abuse need settle is rising iron be artist, and as a Michigan native. He grew up with a passion for music. He began writing songs when he was seven years old. And pursued a music career at the age of twenty. He just launched his latest single Novacaine. where, he's working on shedding some light to listeners. Who Cling with executive depression and substance abuse. Because he wants to remind people that they are not alone and that there are better ways of dealing with depression. Nate welcome to the gratitude podcasts. You so much I appreciate you having A. Good thing. So, let us know a little bit more about you about your story. I'm sure that I might I managed to mention some of the the main things but There's always more to it and I'm always curious about that. Yeah I'm actually currently living in grand. Blanc, Michigan, which is just a little bit north of a Detroit. In you know I'm just is currently promoting my my latest single Novacaine. Basically the reason why I even. You know wrote the songs because I was going to like a lot of anxiety depression like last summer mainly and I just really usually. I generally right positive music. And you know like upbeat music, and just like you know about like General Topics, lover, whatever partying or something like that, but I wasn't in that mood, you know. Partying does actually stuck with my? You know mental stress in. So, with no, the cane I, basically I just wanted to express what going through and just to Kinda. Share it with people just so like because I know I'm not alone. A lot of people on go through it in. You know one way of dealing with. Stress was from like drinking, really the main thing that was using and so i. just kind of want to remind people. There's other ways to go about it and There's a lot of things if for that will keep you going. Definitely. I think it's. It's a great way for for all of us to to deal with this. Of course, gratitude is great, and we will be talking more about how gratitude can help. Depression, but Just expressing yet one way or another and may be using art do that and putting it out there for other people. I think that's also a great way of dealing with it. Don't you think? Yeah definitely absolutely. Yeah so I think it's it's important to To know that you're not alone and that you're not the only one going through that and. Your your music is doing I. Think it's it's great. So I wanted to ask you. What has been your experience with gratitude like when when did you? Finally get it like actually live at not just hearing about it and stuff like that. You know what's funny. Is that I've had my ups and downs with gratitude over the years and you know with me coming out of this depression. Just in the past few months or whatever? I would say like. Like this past. Two weeks actually. I really started focusing on gratitude and You know it's something that I learned that Your whole energy inches your whole mood and it just. It really makes a difference and I've been doing that. I would start off the day like the very moment I wake up I wake up with good energy. No matter how tired I am I, say I have a great day today. You know I like exaggerated in from there. It's like it just keeps. Keeps no into a a better and better, and that's what I've been really focused on the past two weeks. I'm really enjoying it. And as beautiful as you to fall, and it's exactly how it works. Like when when people start with this practice, and they ride down the things that they are grateful for. They, they are much more prone to seeing other things that are great in their life, because we even though we have struggles and have challenges. There's always something that's going on in our life and we. We just need to see to see and I think it's. It's an park important part of. Our experience of life because even if we don't have everything that we want right now. That doesn't mean that we can be happy with what we have and appreciate it. Have a different kind of perspective on. and. I wanted to ask you a little bit about the things that. Make people go into substance abuse and and things of this nature because I think it's. It's very interesting for us to. To see what what what's what's going on and due to find ways, in which if we are in the situation to to get out of it, and if we know that other people are going through a to to help them out as much as possible. Yes like for me was I just want to get that feeling that negative feeling out of my out of my system you know, so, I felt like it started off with taking a couple shots just to just to get through, you know. What my day you know and that turned into my tolerance starts to build. You know from doing it pretty much. Every day and saw pretty much drinking like a lot each day, and so you know it was just. It was like a cycle of negativity, because even like. After drinking so much, that was start to get paranoid about my health and I would be like you know I would sometimes I'll go to actually a lot of times I would go to the gym drunk because. It was just part of my part of my day and I'll try to be discreet as much about you know. Try to hide it from like my friends and family and stuff like that. Want anyone to know you know. I was drinking as much as I did, and so I think that's why I started doing just really get that feeling out of my system, my stomach. You know that feeling. And what other ways like more more healthy ways to do this to to get this out from from your.

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How to Find Peace in the Dark Moments of Life - Part 1

SoberSoul Recovery: Addiction, Sobriety, and Beyond!

03:06 min | 2 years ago

How to Find Peace in the Dark Moments of Life - Part 1

"Wendy leads is a psychotherapist and a cancer survivor. She knows what it's like to facing Ziobro and trauma and her bio notes that she's currently working on a book to share her experiences and expertise with this article. I'm probably going to interject a little bit more than I usually do. Because some of the things that she offers I don't hundred percent agree with so I'm going to give you my special. It'll take on them. Ninety percent of this article is most fabulous. She begins with a quote from Thich Net Nan. That's tough to say I'm just going to share that with you. The mind can go in a thousand directions. But I'm this beautiful path. I walk in peace with each step. The wind blows with each step. A flower blooms. It's easy to feel peaceful in positive when the sun is shining in life is going your way. It's a different matter when you're alone afraid sick or so tired that you have trouble getting out of bed in the morning as a three time cancer survivor. I know something about getting through difficult times. I know what it's like to feel exhausted and hopeless but I've also learned it's possible to find moment's peace and light under the most difficult of circumstances you can to here are six techniques that helped me find the light when things are tough. I hope they bring you the same sense of peace in ease. They bring me and here are her six suggestions number one. Stop pretending everything is okay. If things are going well acknowledge it. Stop judging yourself for feeling tired anxious or miserable instead of yelling at yourself for not bean upbeat in the face of trauma or trouble. Speak to yourself with the same understanding and respect us to support your friends and family tell yourself that you have every right to feel the way you feel right now but feelings are like the tide they come and they go and while things are tough today you are tough to. You've been brought through hard times before you'll get through this and tomorrow will be better than today. It might be better in just one way but it will be better number two. Give yourself the gift of living one hour at a time. When I was going through Chemo for breast cancer I was afraid I wouldn't have the strength to make it through the six long months of treatment and then came across the idea of living my life hour by hour and that changed everything.

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"ziobro" Discussed on Mommies Tell All

Mommies Tell All

03:16 min | 2 years ago

"ziobro" Discussed on Mommies Tell All

"And it was, you could see Mandalay bay that thirty second floor because at that time, they knew, you know, a little bit of what had happened and you just all the window, shattered, and the curtains blowing out, and it was just the cold refilling, and we couldn't leave quick enough. I mean you saw people camped out on the casino floors with sheets and towels and just cuddling and crying. And I, I don't wish it on. My were semi. We couldn't get in the car quick enough. And until we were on the freeway driving. Home was the first time I got like a breath of. I'm okay my gosh and reach out to my girlfriend who had worked for my doctor's office, and she told my doctor what happened. And she said, tell her to get here immediately. We'll do ultrasound will confirm. Everything's okay. So we got into town in the old sound and the minute we, you know solve the. Heartbeat. We bald is out and the staff cried with us. And we just had such good support team. And you know, it was still the way what happened did this really happen? Who, who could do this? Why did it happen? And just trying to seek those answers then, of course, they're not answered today in, in the beginning, we were just making ourselves sick because we were trying to find those answers that weren't there and I remember after the doctor's appointment and finally eating the first thing, one of the stories, I read was the husband that died. Protecting his wife hovering over his wife, and I just thought that, that could have been my husband, you know, coming to find out that there were fifty eight lives that were taken and so many other life's that were impacted in, you know, so many others that were injured and then the long term effect, like you know we all have PTSD in some form now. And you know. We, we still have nightmares shooting nightmares all the time. And I have I've always been a public person, and concerts were always my and my husband's things since, you know, we got together, and two thousand eleven and, you know, every year we're going to handful of concerts than we haven't been to a concert sense, and we don't like big crowds, and totaling Ziobro now and balloons popping, never ever would imagine. That would be a trigger, you know, and it's just the things that you wouldn't be noticed for anyone else. And sitting in restaurants. You gotta find a door, you know, someone walks in and they may look suspicious like we're on like Haya. Joe all the time. It's crazy. I was, I was telling you to my dad's high school, best friend, he was there and he was actually shot. And one of the bullets went through his chest and out the back into his arm. And he was with a friend, who they crawls under the stage and they were able to get from behind out under this fence, and there was people leaving a truck, and somehow he was able to get into the truck, and they took him straight to the hospital, and he lived very fortunately, but it's so hard because I'm getting emotional. But like you said, there's no answers to the. No. And like my heart has always gone out to like the school shootings. Are you hear all these shootings on this world?.

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Mental Health Month - Raising Mental Health Awareness

Living Healthy Podcast

09:43 min | 2 years ago

Mental Health Month - Raising Mental Health Awareness

"In every five adults in the US experiencing a mental health condition in a given year. We definitely want to talk about some of the ways that we can help de stigmatize mental illness and help people get treatment. But before we do that. We kinda wanna know can you give us a recap of what mental illness what it means to have a mental illness. I mean, I think thinking about it in terms of mental health in general, mental health is just a state of being which takes into account, our cognitive, psychological and emotional health, and there's various forces that work toward that and taking all of those into account or what we think about when we consider mental. Okay. And you know, what we we had that conversation about six months ago for mental illness awareness week. We did a little campaign on social media. And I wanted to share some of the responses that we got from that because we got some really positive interaction with our community. And the question that we kind of pose to people was is working out part of your therapy. And these were some of the responses without a doubt. Yes, it is. I used to be so depressed and take medication. But I started releasing all my stress when I started going to the gym, absolutely true. More people should try it. Yes. The best decompression ever. We also had some other people say, yes, the it's the greatest therapy. I've found outside of the therapist chair. I've also found a few mazing souls over the past few years and have shared who have shared with me some of their darkest moments in an absolute delight to see when I walk in the doors, a simple genuine, high with a smile from the staff members can turn your day around to thank you. Another person said, I just signed up. And if it does what a few people have said here already, I can't wait to begin. When I started working out. I not only gain physical strength. But which also occurred my chronic anxiety. I became more confident and my social anxiety. No longer bothered me. My personal training has been one of the best coping mechanisms Frank Ziobro. Thank you L af. So this just kind of highlighted to us that this is really a big deal to people, and it's kind of a bigger topic. And it's starting to gain notoriety now as well in the media. So can you kind of talk about what you think why you think mental health is becoming so mainstream. I guess to put it that way. Well, I think that we are able to tap into other people more easily now, and that's happening. With social media that's happening with into just the internet in general being able to read newspapers from around the world have different topics at your doorstep that you probably couldn't ten fifteen twenty years ago. So I think we're more knowledgeable of what's going on around us. And then if we just look at domestically here in the United States, what's happened over the last let's say eight to ten years, we have more people insured than ever. And when you have people that are insured. They're going to seek out care, and that care sure, it's going to be some of it physical a lot of it is also going to be emotional and behavioral health care. And when we have that we have more interest driving mental health topics, which I love, and I'm glad to see because I think it's something that, you know, people struggle with reaching out. And I'm glad that you hear all these big names talking about it. Whether it be on, Twitter or various different platforms. Right. I think. Yeah. So in a big component of that is kind of I guess like you said when you're connecting with more people, maybe you develop a little bit more. Empathy for that. But I kinda wanted to talk about that because mental illness. It's so we talked about in our last episode. It's so internalized like you can't really necessarily see if someone is injured mentally so to speak. So it might be hard for everyone. Especially those that don't have a mental illness to kind of empathize with those people that do suffer from it. So how can we of bridge? This empathy gap between those that suffer and those that don't I mean, that's a very important question. I'm glad you brought it up. I think first off is like with most interactions with any human being don't try and fix. We get into a really tough space when we're trying to fix people. No, it's being sad. And being okay are not incompatible. When you when you know that someone you work with or lives in your dorm, whatever it might be is dealing with depression or anxiety. Doesn't mean that they can't have normal conversation with you. So I think that you we should speak as if they belong in the group not met they need to be treated differently or that we have to count for this in some fashion where it would make it very hard for us to be ourselves. I think they want you to be yourself. You wanna be herself? Right. The only way really know how to be. And so that empathy can really come through. If we see it as I don't need to fix the situation. I don't need to change anything. I just need to be who I am. And let this person be who they are are there specific ways, you can engage with someone though that you think suffers from mental illness or like you're saying kind of be yourself. But if if you see some I think. Maybe it's hard for people to see someone struggling with something. And not do something about it. You know what I mean? So how do you kind of judge that or no absolutely so listening? I think listening is the best way hear their story understand seek I understand and you know, reserve judgment. It's really hard for us. Right. We want to judge right from the beginning. Not just people but scenario situations anything going on because it's easier for us as allows us to move forward to do whatever we were thinking of doing anyway. Right. But if we can really reserve judgment at helps to understand and really allow that person to feel like they were heard, which is probably all they really want out of that interaction. Anyways. Right. Yeah. I've I've kind of found that if you can ask the simple question. Why do you feel that way? A lot of times I've seen that kind of had success where it's like you aren't trying to fix them. But you're asking why do you think you feel that way? And then that just opens the door for them to express themselves further, and it sounds like that's what you're saying is kind of the most helpful. Just letting someone express themselves seeking I understand is such a big part of this. And it's something that we don't always naturally do. They may not be our first impulse. Not unlike having a friend who's going through a break up or a friend who's a new parent. Maybe maybe you've had two kids. Maybe you've had four breakup doesn't mean that whatever worked for you is going to work for them. And doesn't mean that in the ninety seconds univac with them at the gym. They want you to fix that issue. It's so true. Why I wonder why we all or maybe it's just the guys I know guys fixers, but why why wonder why we naturally do want to try and do that in that ninety seconds. Because it's so it's so rational with like, no, you're not going to do it. That's not what's necessary. Everyone's situation's different. But yet we still somehow feel compelled and I wonder I wonder if it's just honestly this is gonna go way off. But I wonder if it's just trying to control the chaos of the universe. Maybe to hear from you. Can't is welcome to the show two guys. Well, I actually have a few. Questions for Dr Doshi myself kind of switching topics here a little bit. I wanna talk about the effects of mental illness. Exactly how does mood and emotions. How do they correlate mental health? So right. We were all born with a range of emotions, and we're allowed to have them. I don't think anyone is going to care dry someone based on just emotions at the experience. Now when it becomes an issue is when there's a functional concern. So if you're experiencing everyone has sadness, everyone has excitement everyone has Zayed's, you know, but if it's a predominant force in your life, and it stopping you from doing things that you would normally want to do like going to school going to the gym interacting with family, whatever it might be. That's when we step in and say, hey, maybe there's something that we can do here to alleviate this pain that you experience it is that like would one of the tale signs. This is just an example. But like you just wanna lay in bed all day. You don't even wanna get out to face the world. Is that kind of maybe a sign like, oh, this is something that's impacting the function of your life. Right. And you know, I think some of us, you know, having a day where we lay in bed and don't interact with anything in the environment. Could actually be helpful for us one day, you know? But if you notice that wait a second, it's Wednesday. I was supposed to go to war. Work. I'll supposed to meet my brother for lunch out supposed to go to the gym at six, and I didn't do any of that. And I don't feel good about that. I think that's a whole 'nother level, and that makes sense. How much does your environment affect your mental? You know, can the music you listen to have an affect on your mood. Absolutely. I mean, I think places like here places like the gym where there's, you know, fast music pumping gets your heart rate up that allows you to kind of move to the beat and get going. I think that is it's all designed to certain way. Right. And it makes sense because I think mood can be affected especially in the short term by music. I hesitate to say that it's going to have this long-term effects. You know, the whole we all hear about, you know, play Mozart to a little baby. And he'll grow up to edginess. I don't know how much truth there is to that. Exactly. But you know, if you go to a nice restaurant, you probably going to hear some light classical music from peon on what they're trying to advertise uses, you know, relax Asian. It's all part of the experience. And I do think that our mood is affected by that. And I do think that we can feel calm listening to certain types of music. Now, I, you know, I don't think everyone needs to listen to classical music to feel calm. I think that if you know listening to the Hamilton mix tape gets you going, I think that's great. I think that's wonderful. Totally it's going to be different for everyone. But I think it's more in the moment mood changes rather than super long

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"ziobro" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

11:45 min | 2 years ago

"ziobro" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Early clouds break for some sun. So the weekend is not a total loss. Looking ahead. Cloudy on Sunday with some rain at times. Who would like to get some relief from Ziobro? I know I would Scott Symington PHD as a book freedom from anxious thoughts and feelings to step mindfulness approach for moving beyond Theorin and worry we going through the main points, but there's a lot of nuance in the book that I think you may like. You might want actually pick this book up. Simonsen is S Y M I N G T O N freedom from anxious thoughts and feelings. Now. Let's rejoin Scott. How are you? This. Okay. Now, we talked about the two screen method. We have. Productive thoughts on the front screen. That's where we should be paying attention. And and what we should be addressing. We have not abandoned are are counterproductive thoughts. They're over there on the on the side screen, but hopefully, not taking any of our energy. Anchors tethered to the front screen, and you mentioned them can you drill down into these anchors a little more and in particularly mindfulness. Yeah, mindfulness skills is is the first anchor in the to screen method outlined in my book, which is. Learning how to, cultivate, more present moment awareness. We can't be in the present moment all the time. But we definitely can log more time in the present moment. And what's interesting is with brain imaging and different studies. We found that. Present moment awareness, if you're attending to the here. And now that's incompatible with going away in your head and worrying, they're two different networks in the brain. So it protects you from DUI feeding energizing those anxious thoughts and feelings when you're more in the present moment, the other thing with mindfulness it there's there's a few pillars to mindfulness, and I should specify the mindfulness in psychology not of eastern religion. There's some overlap but speaking specifically to the mindfulness in psychology there really three pillars to one is. Cultivating present moment awareness. So that over time you can attend more to the object of your choosing. And and soak in the present moment, another pillar is acceptance, and that is having a more accepting disposition to unwelcome thoughts and feelings and inner internal activity. It shows up inside us. It doesn't mean that we like that anxious feeling or that bureau failure coming into our mind a sense of uncertainty. Whatever it doesn't mean acceptance doesn't mean that we like it. But we don't fight its presence primarily because we don't want to energize that worrying anxious feeling and acceptance is the antidote to reactively reactivity will energize that problem problematic thought and feeling than the third pillar with mindfulness in. Observation. There is a part of us that can sit back. So when I say, I am Scott. There's a part of me that can sit back and watch any thought that comes into my mind any feeling that shows up inside me one of the benefits of the two screen method in my book at freedom for make sure sluts and feeling his that as you even bring to mind that image of two screens. It puts you in that internal observer, heat where you're actually watching the thoughts and feelings, and then and there's a little bit of space in the inside between you're Courcelle your center, and whatever that feeling is that showing up or whatever that sought is coming into consciousness, and that's key in mindfulness is very focused on that. So the first anchor is it there's a whole chapter dedicated to in the book just giving you different exercises. Ways of cultivating month, less and also little hacks. If you will in how to tether, your mind to the present moment when it really wants to go hang out with the worries on the side screen and one thing that's important. Is that your model of the two screen makes it it makes you an observer of yourself as opposed to being having this come from within and not understanding what's driving. You get some like you mentioned you get some distance from itself when you're on aren't observer. And that's I'm guessing valuable. Oh, it's so valuable everything changes when you can take that internal observers stance instead of being the worry instead of being the anxiety. You're sitting back a little bit on the inside and think wow. There's there's that worrisome thought reason that interesting this anxious feeling that just showed up inside me because it's in that space where you have much more freedom and flexibility to to go in a help in a healthy direction with your attention and life energy and react to it in a way. Where it will dissipate over time, which is really the key. We want to orient ourselves to these internal challenges in a way where they'll have less power and presence. Okay. In our lives. So far. Finding his very helpful. We have a couple of folks who wanna talk to us. We have Floyd no high when Louisa Maldon Floyd did. I guess that's the question to make an observation to with Dr Scott Simonsen Floyd what's going on? All right. Good morning. Good morning everyone. So anyway, money's Floyd in Ohio, and I ain't may combat veteran, and I saw her from what's known as PTSD and some of my. Things. I do is call hyper vigilant always chicken, doors windows, made mega sure things secure and what one thing to will do. And I guess don't bring me back to the point that calls. My PTSD say my our session. Suppress the feeling, but they bring it out. And then if my what's my hours up these e okay, it's over go home. And then I in with that. You know, those feelings, and they just don't lose. I guess so duck would this be this to screen model his some distance and makes the makes Floyd an observer be helpful to him? Yes, it can be helpful. Would he's describing is exposure therapy. So I I don't know how long you've been engaged in exposure therapy at the VA, which is the best protocol for treating post traumatic stress disorder. And so if we fold this into the to screen method terminology. What what's happening? With exposure therapy is the the patient and the therapist are rotating over to the side screen and purposely activating it with by and using certain techniques in the hope of bringing it down to size because with PTSD the person side screen is an IMAX theatre would always surround sound, and they're getting hammered all the time with anxious thoughts and feelings and images from the trauma that they've experienced. And so with exposure therapy, you're trying to help the brain metabolize this traumatic event that has taken place and into the when exposure therapy is done correctly. It actually turned down the dial on the anxiety and shrinks that side screen down to size now currently based upon again, I'm sorry Floyd. I don't know all. The details of your case. But the two screen method can be helpful for you as you're walking out of the therapist room, which is in and making sure that even though that sightscreen is activated and it's kicking off anxious heat, and I'm sure there's all sorts of feelings you're having to contend with that you in lay this out in the book you really practice. The principle of except in redirect, you redirect, the French screen, and you allow that side screen to run its tape over there, and in and be very careful to to not drift go for mental drifts and just hang out where you're logging hours on that side screen and getting lost over there, you'd really want to drill down, and and and flush out these front screen anchors and we've talked about one of them, and there's there's two others, which we could talk about. Oh, wonderful. Dr do sessions on on the phone, Mike remote sessions. I do I do consultations like across state lines. Just carries Floyd. I wouldn't hurt to get this book. I mean, either way it's probably money. Well, spent I hope it was hell, I agree. It is. But when my one point is that, you know in my hour session. They they bring out those feelings I've been suppressing for many years, and then they don't do any tools to deal with it. Once my hours up is sent me down the road. So I'm worse. All you know. Nice long. How long have you been doing this type of therapy? Many years many years in handful psychotropic drugs, you know, I'll mention well. You know, I'm suffering from nightmares. They'll give me a anti nightmare. Medication who punking right? And I said, well, it's not working. So these give me more insane drug, you know, and over the course of my treatment, I can probably concentrate seven different medications. I've been on thirty seven. So. Yeah. And and I soon if you raise these concerns with with your therapist that you're needing more support outside the therapy. Our? You know? But the thing is the VA, and, you know, the veterans coming back from the wars and things that are kind of overwhelmed understaffed, you know. So it's next next next next. You know, and you know, I mean, they're still over twenty two veterans committed suicide a day, you know, and it's. Yeah. My world acceptable. I mean, it's supposed to be the ones that reaching out for help. Get definitely purchase your book. Some hope I I hope it can help. And I I know how much suffering involved with PTSD. And also, I just wanna.

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"ziobro" Discussed on The Morning Toast

The Morning Toast

03:24 min | 3 years ago

"ziobro" Discussed on The Morning Toast

"They loved everything about her. They want to change our candidate wanted to be more like her shit. And she's just so insecure about that jealous. So when the first time ever someone had something negative to say about Lalla. Which was being annoying about her already, which he was and Sheena pounds. At her argument was truly the thinnest argument of all time. I mean, she wants to like holder Hamed, she thinks she'll make Christian honestly that that sentence was everything you need to know about Sheena. It was honestly the worst like satisfaction of ever said. Like that's about all the girls get drunk and make out with each other. Some have you she, and it's not like the fact that she was drunk and the next morning still thinking about that is really sad. That's crazy. I couldn't get when she said that my gel litter hit the like, this is the saddest thing ever. I literally was like. What that's when you're upset about. And while it was definitely being in a way like a little drama Queen during side ever until that was that was the biggest Sharma of Detroit bright, and it was just like her like, breathing dinner and also the stayed at a hotel, but didn't have a beach. That's Puerto Vallarta others the beaches are they're not known for their beaches. Really? Yeah. It was weird hotel like in the middle of it was really pretty it's more like a forest farsight about green than Beechy. But in doing it. They literally never left the hotel truly actually the dinner on the last. I looked fun. They were all drinking and having fun. And then they like, let's get drinks. And like why it's the last night, go home. Yeah. When Lalla was lying in bed like they had to pack and go on a flight heading Ziobro for her. I was like I was thinking to myself only litter the worst position to ever been. And I was like I never want to be in that position ever check. It's we're in with cameras in your room with cameras in your room when to find private and your commercials. She just have to stop with the the closure. Social private they find that wouldn't have been so terrible. And not have to do is get her clothes in a bag, and then like to show it to go through security, you have to go through customs said at the lounge torch. I felt so sorry for her. But she hung over hung over the the moral hangover the physical hangover. Yeah. It's all of the downsides about hall. I don't there's too many things that I don't like about Trump shorts. But I really don't like how he talks about his sex life with Katie so much on TV and with other people like it's not anyone's business like the frequency in which you have sex is a problem that you have to figure out on your own. And I hate when he brings it up. I don't think he's always bringing it up. Like, I think he's just he's always making light of it. Because it's obviously weird thing between them keep it between you, but there's some things in a marriage that just are. Nobody's business. New agree. He gets away with ten. He gets everything. Yes. He got away with every also lease. It is a fucking drama Queen both of your checks bounced didn't just one right? Why did she that was the whole thing? Coming up coming like when you wait over a year to Cashman check. I checks expire ninety days. We had this argument the other day. I think it's two years now that that could wind it. Yeah. So if you find a check that's over two years old, you can check cash it. But first of all her waiting a year is weird shady why we'll have a whole other thing. Like, she could she was like holding it over their heads. Right. Having invested and badly. And she knows that they have the money they make especially Katie who's been on the show in one episode it so stupid. They have the money and she made it she just loves to put them down. And she made it seem like they both got their checks bounds, which only one of them did. And of course, it if I wrote a check now who like things change change accounts..

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"ziobro" Discussed on Something You Should Know

Something You Should Know

04:15 min | 3 years ago

"ziobro" Discussed on Something You Should Know

"Control how relatively safe and secure your home in your family are before something like that happens and the same thing goes for you know, if you work in an industry where it's clear that layoffs are happening. You're not going to be able to alternately control whether the bean counters upstairs decide that your job is or is not valuable to them. But you can start preparing financially emotionally foreign eventuality and be. That much more able to deal with the the bad circumstances that arise from it. Even with all the preparation for the inevitable catastrophe that might happen. It does seem that some people handle it better than others and other people even though they've prepared when when the bad thing happens, they don't deal with it. Well, well, I refer to this as the what if this is something I'm intimately familiar with. And probably a lot of your listeners are too, and it starts with very innocent. Well, what if this happens? What if this doesn't work out the way, I want it to what if so? And so thinks such and such about something that I do, and then when you keep focusing on it, and you don't take action it keeps piling up in piling up in your brain. And suddenly, you have the swirling collection of what if that drive you into what I call freak out mode that could be anxiety. It could be sadness anger avoidance. These are the sort of four or overarching categories of freaking. Out. And I really think that it all has to it all comes down to action. And if you don't take action than you're going to wind up, you know, just in that frame of mind and not be able to get out of it. So how do you deal with all those what ifs that start piling up in your head? Okay. So for example, for me, I tend toward anxiety, and I would say that the the biggest most toxic outcome of anxiety is over thinking. And it's what I just described about you start to think about one thing that might go wrong. And it it gathered steam in your head. And then suddenly you're thinking about ten different things that could go wrong. So one of the techniques is called giving Ziobro the finger, and what it means is focused on something hands on that. You can do that just calms her brain distracts, your brain from all of the overthinking it's doing so all of the things that I talk about are really offshoots. A cognitive behavioral therapy. Actual scientifically proven a therapy and whatnot to get you rings ID, but I give it in a slightly edgier fund tone. So for me when I'm sitting around my house in the Dominican Republic feeling anxious about something I often get up and get a pair of kitchen scissors and go prune this gigantic papyrus Bush in my yard, which is extremely calming and helps me narrow my focus to one very specific very hands on mindless task that gets me out of that mode of anxious freaking out because you're basically distracting yourself. And I think so often people get in that state where they they just compound in their own head the problem, and it swirls around with nothing to contradict or have another point of view. And what you're talking about about trimming the Bush breaks that cycle because you're distracted by doing something else. Yeah. And there are other things, you know, there are other people who are more prone to different kinds of freaking out. Out some people tend to get really angry. They just go from zero to sixty on the anger scale, and they need to be able to get to what I call the flip side of the four faces a freaking out and for anger. That's piece you need to be able to get to a point of peacefulness and one of the ways to do that is visual as Asian. And like I said before a lot of other self help gurus and whatnot talk about meditation, and mindfulness and all of that, I'm a little bit less traditional, but it's all comes from the same place. Which is if you find yourself very angry as my husband wants did when we were in the Mexico City airport, and I didn't have a seat assignment. For our flight home, you need to avoid Mexican airport syndrome, which is when you freak out and upset the very people who are able to help you get your wife on the plane..

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"ziobro" Discussed on Mindfulness Mode

Mindfulness Mode

04:35 min | 3 years ago

"ziobro" Discussed on Mindfulness Mode

"So I go through the science dispel a lot of minutes. I the most shocking thing again to go back to your question, watch, it a person do the first thing. In fact, if there's only one thing you take anybody, let's today to this podcast. Don't go on a diet at the first thing because the most likely I come from going on a diet is that you are going to put on weight. That's what the stitches. Styx show. So if you're going on a diet with the best one in the world, you're owning focusing on the symptom. You're not changing anything at a deeper level. So no matter what you do. You'll end up after you started. I would agree with that. Yeah. For sure. And I think more and more people are starting to say that now aren't they they are they are. I mean, there's a realization that we've been looking at backwards. So then when I the very comprehensive response that I have to problem. I think already set Bruce definitely done your your background research before we chatted. It's about your quality of life. You know, if you're in a relationship that is making you feel bad if you've terrible work situation. If your home is a mess, and if you've been terrible commute, you don't have enough time for yourself, if you're constantly worrying about money, or if you're not happy with you know, any of the codes that you own so when you get dressed every morning, you feel like crop. You. You are not going to be in a position to tackle. The issue of being unhappy with your rate because watcher doing not a wave everybody different. But this might find a bit bizarre people because of a very strange way of looking at things of looking at things if you've not been countered before, but when you're overweight or under age or have a problematic relationship with food. You can then go this is my dissatisfaction, right? This is my problem, and it it puts the spotlight on the pain that you have some Altana me over but choose to do nothing about as opposed to looking at the context, which he stayed in. You know, I'm not happy with my partner IVA terrible relationship with my mother. I wish I'd studied harder at school to do something different with my life. These are things you are much harder to change on much harder to acknowledge of being pretend to your reason why your defense fund with your life and the way. It is one of the easiest things we can go. This is my dissatisfaction, and I will be happy when right? So what I encourage people to do is just to really look at their quality of life. I start to see what can I change in my life? Not not even looking at food. What can I change in my life, immediately or gently or thoughtfully that will put me in a position where on feeding battery myself first, and then losing weight is a piece of cake. Well, that makes a lotta sense. It really does. I know that you you put on your website rediscover, the magic of eating for pleasure and enjoy a life of balance with the freedom to eat the foods, you want without dieting, how can we make eating a magical experience? So that we have no stress Seraing Ziobro about it. It it it should only be a magical experience. But I don't want to found like this is it's something that's very easy for people to do in everything. I encourage people to do is enjoyable, but there are lot of blocks and entrenched beliefs and historical positions that were carrying lead to a symptom of being overweight or unhappy with food. So if it's like a kind of attacking on all fronts to challenge full of beliefs and behaviors and teach Shane. It's place him behaviors that I do through the courts or through the book. That will help people gradually over time change how they feel about food, but what a waste of time in life, Bruce to be worrying about your body when nurses so many other things that we should be worrying about or considering and food is a magical implausible resource that we should enjoy every time or sitting down to eat. It's oppose. It's a moment to be mindful to be presence pinching joy, though, for me food is a real treat on it's not about. Focusing too much on watch each it's much more by focusing on. Why you eat on my hungry? You.

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"ziobro" Discussed on Mental Illness Happy Hour

Mental Illness Happy Hour

04:29 min | 3 years ago

"ziobro" Discussed on Mental Illness Happy Hour

"So hopefully that will swing the pendulum back for the field over time. So often I have had issues that whether it's a medical issue, or it's a mental or emotional issue where I'm seeing two or three separate people before. And I want them all to be able to confirm it just feels like it's too. Spread out there. And it seems to me if you could find a psychiatrist that was really really great talk therapy. It would it would be so nice because. The other fragmentation of care's terrible terrible. And and the over prescription and under prescription of meds. I is that a fair assessment. It talk about that. If you would sure I mean, the over prescription is this is this sort of fallacy, I think that within a lot of psychiatrists that if we find the right cocktail things will be sort of solved. There was there was a great Broadway show the won the Pulitzer next to normal. If you heard about. I think I watch is that the one. No, no, no, I did not see that one. It was it's a it's an amazing show about a family, and it covers a lot of areas. But it's the it's about a family with a mother has bipolar and the son died in in like two years old. And then the daughter has now a teenager and sort of their struggles with things, but there's entire songs about my Psychopharmacologists in me. And and one of the lines, you know, well, we'll keep trying and one of these days. We'll get it. Right. As if like just by trial and error will get a little closer to that. And I think that's why you end up with this this cocktail approach. It comes from the the way. That's like. Hi, Trish are taught as we target symptoms. We don't target illnesses or diseases. So you're having low energy will let me give you a medication that targets low energy. You're having anxiety. Let me give you medication that targets outing Ziobro, you're still having X amount of the anxiety on. We'll rate it on an eight out of ten. Let's bring that down to a six out of ten by bringing up this dose, and the idea that you can somehow tweak those doses right to give somebody a better quality of life. And I think that that's there's something there. That's that's. You know, coming from the right heart place trying to give relief suffering. But it it. I think it misunderstands the nature of how we live is humans and the the way that life sort of contributes to our symptoms. If you don't really identify. Appreciate that. Then you're just sort of chasing things with. Oh, you had a bad. Breakup. Let me raise this dose. Right. So it's not considering the necessity of processing trauma developing coping school skills learning. How to communicate identify needs set boundaries absoulutely how self relationship how to be able to do. Yeah. Any level of self care? Like all of that is sort of missed in the process. What can I do? What can I do for myself? It's also sort of outsourcing all of your care to somebody else. It's like, okay. Well, my psychiatrist will changed my medication in that will be the thing that makes me whole. I think that that again, I think medications. Are very are very effective. They have tremendous benefits, but they aren't the whole picture. Right. And so that's the over prescribing side the under prescribing side, I think comes when a somewhat of stigma behind it does my perspective, you might be referring to something else. But the people that. I think no, I don't I don't need Mets and the they're in a state of Christ. They're not getting out of bed rights, you know, they're on disability. They don't wanna do anything. It's like a philosophical choice, not take this. It's like I don't wanna put something in my body. That's going to pollute it or corrupt light as if it's a purely thing, and I'm cheating or I'm a week. If like, there's something then they have to somewhat admit that there's something wrong. That's going on with them. It's all for some people. I've heard it said it's like they're admitting that their damaged in some way. But that in quotes that to be able to require medication. It's not that serious. Come on. I don't need a medication. It's not that bad..

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"ziobro" Discussed on The Andrew Klavan Show

The Andrew Klavan Show

03:53 min | 3 years ago

"ziobro" Discussed on The Andrew Klavan Show

"Dot com and subscribe because you're gonna wanna ask questions in next week mail bag and in the back stage show and everything just going to ask all the questions. We get all the answers coming over. Mailbag? To now, they're prepared for it. Now. Now, the trucks aren't driving off the roads, no fun anymore from Kelley deer over lower Lord. Kate LVN, I'm late to the another kingdom party. I wanna jump in. Now that the second season finishing the book is coming out. However, all the options are confusing. How would you exist suggesting join another kingdom, you know, at this point? I would get the book. I you know, I would read the book because that's what I love more than anything writing books. The book has been changed somewhat from the first season. And you know, I just think you can look at the pros more the POS. That's what I like doing. I like reading books, but you can also get the audio book which will be voiced by none other than Michael Knowles. You can get that as well from Dave. Dear Cleveland supreme leader of the multi verse. Thank you for getting my title. Correct. I come from an extended family with many, many broken marriages several aunts and uncles who've been married. Many times in few cases up to five times children, my cousins almost all already been married and divorced. On top of that a few years ago, my own parents divorced after having been married for over thirty years. Currently, I'm planning to propose to my absolutely wonderful girlfriend. We're both committed Christians and work incredibly almost unbelievably well together. But I find myself more frightened than excited. I'm in my mid thirties. And after all this time, I'd like to enjoy this moment and the thought of entering marriage and living life together with this lovely lady. However, I can't shake the feeling that I may be no different than my other family members and make them stakes. They did have no reason to believe that my lady and I will encounter problems. We can't work through yet. I still spend more time worrying about the future and enjoying that enjoying the moment. Is there anything I can do to shake the anxiety and enjoy preparing for the next chapter of my life. Love the show and thanks for all you do. Yeah. Listen. Lots of people lots of people come from broken homes and broken and cultures family family cultures of broken homes who commit themselves to their marriage more strongly because of that and succeed because of that because they know what's at stake. So you're actually not in in. I don't know whether you're statistically in greater danger. But you're you've waited you're in your thirties. So you're not a kid you have your Christian. So you have a philosophy. That's going to support you and your seriously committed to a woman you love to keep this thing together. So the odds are good. You know, you're actually a good position. Not a bad position. Let yourself go. Let yourself free from the worry. That's all I can tell you. You know, don't don't think so much like I want I want this to be perfect moment. I want this to be a precious wonderful time, you know, you got worries human being having Zayed's don't don't think of it as my perfect life as being spoiled. It's a false way of thinking. It's like the people who say oh Christmas is. Ruined because grandma can come you know, that kind of thing, you know, it's just enjoy it. Enjoy even enjoying Zayed's or anxieties or part of the experience. Go forward with the odds are good. You're going to be fine. I really do believe that I think you're gonna be fine marriage is you know, I'm like the greatest advertisement for marriage on earth. And it's a wonderful wonderful thing in the fact that you've seen so much pain so much suffering should give you that extra steel that you're going to need to get through some of the times that you will have of difficulty. So, you know, set yourself free. Let yourself go to enjoy to enjoy yourself. Don't worry so much about don't don't add to your anxiety by worrying about the anxiety. That's what I'm trying to say don't add to your anxiety by having Ziobro about the enzyme just live, the live the moment and enjoy your wife, and and God bless you..

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"ziobro" Discussed on The RobCast

The RobCast

05:15 min | 3 years ago

"ziobro" Discussed on The RobCast

"I think it takes the pressure off it lightens up the whole situation and it stops the downward spiral because the downward spirals the worst. And I feel like when you start going down the spiral, then that's when you really cut yourself off from things because you probably will start avoiding parties, you just make a statement. Like, I'm not I'm not good with social interaction. Whatever. Whatever labels that you put on yourself. You just start like cutting yourself off from life instead of walking into it. Anyway. Would you say when you mentioned the downward spiral? What's interesting about a downward spiral generally has some element of question that leads like what is this? What's? Well. What's wrong with me? Why am I always like this? Oftentimes, it feels like a spiral is an unending series of questions, and what you're saying here about a look anxiety is it's not a question. It's a statement. And that's how it sort of kneecaps all the questions is. Instead of like, what's what is this? What's going on? What's happening me why it's just this anxiety, which sort of brings? Oh, well, I think there's that happens when you separate it from who you are. This is a this is a feeling this is an emotional state. That's coming up is not who you are. It's. Excuse me. It's not. It's not a statement about your value or your goodness or your abilities. It just is. It's just thing. That's great. That's great you separate anxiety from your deepest self essence being. Yeah. I mean, that's the same thing that happens with meditation as you become the witness of your thoughts. So I'm just taking this. Yeah. Right. I mean, anxiety is a a bunch of thoughts. Yes. So in that moment, if you can become the witness of all these crazy thoughts that are going on. You realize that it's it's an has nothing to do with actually who you are. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. And and obviously lots of traditions. The question becomes well. Who's doing the witnessing? There's obviously you're witnessing to them. Which means something is somebody is witnessing which means there's something deeper within you than just whatever it is. You're witnessing too. So it like ground like you talking about being grounded and centered at grounds you in centered you and something deeper than just this particular sentiment or emotion, namely exile, eighty. Yeah. In some ways, it's about who's. Who's in the driving seat? Yes. Exactly. Okay. So the second step is. Can you find the good in it and two ways I'd like to suggest that anxiety is helpful? I mean later, I have three big ways things I it. He's our friend. But these are just kind of like to help you shift your view on sometimes is good for us. Anxiety is the body getting ready to perform in some ways. Like if you think about anxiety before public speaking before performance. Even before going to a party where say where a meeting any engagement anything. I was gonna say as an introvert. Where my thoughts are inward a lot. When I go into a party, I have to shift to being very outward. And in some ways being Ziobro is like turning all your systems on. It's it's like an it's an energizer. It's like giving you all this like burst of energy. Everything's on. It's pulling into the parking lot for an appointment. A meeting something that's been scheduled. It's typing those numbers into the phone to call somebody for some interview. Like, it's all the ways in which you're headed into something that is unknown or that will require some level of energy. Right. So if you can say in that moment, thank you for. Thank you for giving me. Thank you for this situation. That's going to give me what I need for what I'm walking into your converting, anxiety and energy. Right. And you're being grateful for it. Okay. I see this as it's playing has a purpose here. That's huge. Yeah. I think that's a really big shift and the next one goes along with that the things I it can be a motivator to take an action or make a change. So sometimes we're spinning with anxiety. Because it's like it's like our body knows like come on come on. I'm giving you what you need like like, you're you're afraid or you're not sure whatever it is. But..

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"ziobro" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

01:35 min | 3 years ago

"ziobro" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"Morning news. You know, this is the biggest week of the year for golf fans and people watchers here in the valley. We'll get to that story but first back to work for federal workers. But for how long tired of every meeting Ziobro require of not knowing if we're gonna be able make our mortgages the federal government is back in business for a little while. Here's Jamie west with our top story. Yep. Well, most predatory workers are back on the job today. Many don't think it'll be for long. They're gonna shut down the government again. That's what we all think nearly four hundred thousand furloughed workers going back to work after the longest partial government shutdown in history and KTAR. Jim cross is live with more, Jamie. Congress now has until February to come over the border security deal, the president threatening to shut down the government again, if he doesn't get funding for a physical barrier on the border KTAR political expert Michael O'neil says he thinks that he'll be hammered out to avoid a second shutdown. I think the most likely outcome. Is that they are some sort of a deal that will not really be a wall, we'll have some border security measures. Now, the president told the Wall Street Journal over the weekend. He doesn't think negotiators will strike deal that he'd accept. He will build a wall anyway says using executive powers to declare a national emergency. If necessary live in the news center, Jim cross KTAR news, Mesa mayor, John Giles. Got a front row seat is President Trump held a rose garden. News conference, ending the shutdown. Giles says he personally spoke with vice president Pence and was promised more federal dollars for improvements for some of Macy's top priorities. Need additional federal investment outta gateway? That's that's a national interregional asset light rail is another area where there's a substantial S A federal investment downtown.

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"ziobro" Discussed on Bullseye with Jesse Thorn

Bullseye with Jesse Thorn

04:57 min | 3 years ago

"ziobro" Discussed on Bullseye with Jesse Thorn

"And then I think an executive was departing ABC and going over to USA and asked to take this property and see if they could develop it and that was fine. And then and then I believe it was ABC. I mean, I'm sorry. I believe it was at USA for a year before it came to me, you know, number of people had they had approached a number of different actors at both networks and some actress at approach them, and it just it just never would I even think Michael Richards. I heard was circling it for a while or they were circling. And I you know, I just it was just fortunate. My manager at the time was reading the pilot for another client of hers. It was she was actually reading it for the character of Sharona assistant. And then why she was reading it. She thought of me. And so sent it to me in the I had never heard of it. I didn't know anything about it in and I met with the network and the writers and we were off to the races. And we had to you know, I was the first one attached. So they asked me I mentioned that I would like to be involved as a producer too. So I could have some input voice. And so they asked me to read with people. You know, addition additioning people for Sharon Stottlemyre, and all the other regulars. In which I was happy to do in. That's how we put it on the other. What did you think about it? When you I thought. Well, when I first read it, I didn't really respond to it. Because I didn't I thought it was good. But I didn't see my way into it. And I called my manager. And I said that I said, look, I I I get what you're I don't get. How how's this me? And she. Very subtle. And she said, you better read it, and he should read it again because this is more you probably want to admit. And so I did. And I read it a second time, and and it started to become clear and. You know in the truth is the script that I read the pilot script is I remember there's a long time ago. Okay. But the script I read was it wasn't really the pilot that we wasn't exactly the pilot. We shot. It was written more. It was broader. It was written. I think it originally was conceived morals like almost like inspector clue so thing except with those d it was brought her comedy, you know, in that was the part that I felt was was was not a good fit for me. And why spoke to my manager about this? And then she said, well, you should sit just sit down you can sit down with the writers and express this. And you know, tell them what it is about it that it works for you. And how you would like to have them change it. And maybe they will. And and that's exactly what I did. And they were. Then tastic they were open. And and I said, look, I love comedy. But I think we should you know, maybe tone down the really really broad stuff and let the comedy come out of the guys pain and out of the guys problem. In. And also you have to remember we're talking about a time when we did this right after nine eleven not should not long after nine eleven so culturally. I think we entered a new level we were entering an age of anxiety of hiring Ziobro, which this character. I don't I mean, certainly the show the script and the and the idea was conceived before nine eleven as I said it laid around for years, but. Came to came time to actually put it on do it and put it on the air people were, you know, I think feeling they we're we're all in a bit of a state of. What now, and you know, how fragile is it all and so we enter we kind of enter the the mindset of this character how he's been living his entire life really until he met his wife and got better. And then she died, and then he got worse. So, but then we were entering also at the same time. We were we knew that we were on a slippery slope because we're dealing with OCD, which is a very real and tragic kind of debilitating disorder..

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"ziobro" Discussed on Selfie with Kristen Howerton and Sarah James

Selfie with Kristen Howerton and Sarah James

02:24 min | 3 years ago

"ziobro" Discussed on Selfie with Kristen Howerton and Sarah James

"All right. Let's talk about hangs -iety. Oh my gosh. This is so this is such a thing. When I started researching it, I didn't I didn't know it was a thing. First of all like, I just thought maybe I was a little weird that I felt super anxious the day after I drink l let me just clarify. Not like, oh, did I do something weird? Did I get wasted? I mean, nothing like that. Just like kind of waking up with that fear, and that panicky Thilan dreadful feeling that something really bad is going to happen. And I had it several times over this break. And like I said, I was drinking more than I usually do we had. So we we we hosted four four gatherings. And then, you know, the other I'ts we were out and about and so I was definitely drinking more than usual. But I found like there was one day afterwards where we I was just I was panic attack level just. Thinking of the most irrational thoughts. Just completely irrational thoughts. But just consumed that something horrible is going to happen. And I'm like what is going on with me? Obviously I having Ziobro at have anxiety since I was a little girl. But it was just really really weird. And then I started thinking about the break, and I'm like that. So funny to the three days that I felt really anxious had been days after I drank. So I went on a little went down a little rabbit hole. Not too far. But just kind of just put in like exiled after drinking, and I was like, whoa. I mean, there's just, you know, medical studies and these articles about what exactly happens with the body is this something you experience. You know? What's interesting is I you know, I have an anxiety disorder, and I am prone to panic. And so I have not tracked that, but I'm curious I'm curious to track it, although I'm also. Not curious 'cause I don't want to like drink him in 'cause myself this. Yes. So one of the things I have been wanting to stop or at least reduce my drinking is because and I don't drink that much. You know, I'd probably have a drink every couple of nights. But someone had mentioned to me in regards to my insomnia that, you know, even just one drink can interrupt your sleep cycle and can really affect your sleep cycle..

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"ziobro" Discussed on Mental Illness Happy Hour

Mental Illness Happy Hour

04:31 min | 3 years ago

"ziobro" Discussed on Mental Illness Happy Hour

"Yeah. Absolutely. And making space to listen is so hard, especially now, you know, and we're we have noisy, noisy brains all the time. Yes. Something that you say wanting to shame other people I think is another impulse to doing it to avoid feeling what we wanna feel when I find myself wanting to mock or shame people for their political beliefs on Twitter. I now know that that is a. Warning sign for me that something is going on inside me that I don't like. Yeah. And then I'm projecting my own self hatred or fear onto another person, which doesn't mean I shouldn't disagree with that person. But the manner in which I handled. Yes that emotion and those to me are the gifts of self reflection rather than south obsession. Yeah. And that being connected to that sort of slowing the widening Geijer, whatever is. Being part of something that it's like that anxiety about reaching doesn't go away Ziobro about walking into a scary situation. The feeling that we have when we're young children is that the world is going to end. If I go back to this place that hurts, and that's because when you're a kid, you know, the stakes are pretty high your small invulnerable and of evolution has not been kind to us. We are very, you know, small and squishy for a long time and. I mean, this is my brand of Wu is like, I think, you know, young young young traumas is a thing that stays with you for the rest of your life birth trauma in childhood trauma like that sticks around. And that imprint on who you are as a person and something that I heard a lot about this project. Is that people were saying, wow, this is really uncommon. It's like really because I think everyone's kind of messed up in this way. And they said, no, no, not that the fact that you see this thing that hurts and you walk into it. You don't walk around it. You don't say like I'm going to go do something else. Now, I've done my fair share of that. Do I spend as doing that? Now. Still, of course, like I'm not in this weird state of zen Lexus for and knitting and running and talking to friends and checking Twitter and doing everything else, but feeling your feelings. But the thing that I am finding is that when you have that rising feeling of panic right for you. Maybe it's like anger and wanting to lash out for me. It's like I start to get really agitated my stomach feels upset. I'm starting to notice. It's a noticing again self-reflection mindfulness and thinking, okay, I can tell that I'm having this panic response. And it's probably because I feel like there's a tiger. And that I'm gonna get eaten, and you know, I'm going to die. The world is going to end. But I know to be fair you live in zoo. That is always one of the hazards of being an adventure. Cartoonist is that I will go over that waterfall, I will get smashed on their own because why you chose to sublet that place in the lion cage. It was. Yeah. It was cheap rent was. Right. So in that moment, you're learning over and over and over again, it's the trustfall and you're saying, okay. There's still going to be that moment of like, right? When you get in the cold pool when you do whatever. And that's healthy. That's self-preservation. Right. And it's knowing the difference between like you were saying, you know, misjudging and like over sharing with someone who's maybe not safe to talk to or like overstepping boundary. It's it's knowing the difference between risk chasing to try and scratch an inch and just like that gentle sort of opening in a moment. And it means that I don't feel zen per se, but I tr-. Trust more and. It still hurts. It may be hurts more. But it beats the alternative of clinging to this safe little box of controlled anxiety and just letting him rule everything around which is. Really not safe because because it's painful. Yeah. And it's brittle and it shatters and then suddenly you're like naked baby bird on the ground. And there's cats and cars joggers, God knows what else and got your show, you a little bird-nest and the on top of the light on the on the back porch because it's warm. They're very very cute. Sharon other thing that was a painful excavation to do with the project. Yeah..

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"ziobro" Discussed on UFC Unfiltered with Jim Norton and Matt Serra

UFC Unfiltered with Jim Norton and Matt Serra

03:26 min | 3 years ago

"ziobro" Discussed on UFC Unfiltered with Jim Norton and Matt Serra

"You there? Okay. Dropping out a little bit. Hey, listen. You reminded me of the hulk on the comics. You said sometimes you gotta get hit a little bit. And then you get angry, and they won't like you. When your didn't say that. Right at all. But I thought he did say that in the in the post fight speech the fucking. Okay. I'm a black hole. I mean for me. Honestly, I think I just got to get to that place. I I'm starting to into it. I spoke about it a while ago. But. When I get angry. I you know, you don't wanna use that angle. You get blinded by range so again to this focus mode when I get handed right there. I'm lucky I'm laser focus. I can see things like the matrix slows down about you. Maybe do like that Klay Guido and his brother technique and get smacked around on. You know, you gotta get headed. If it's gonna take you get hit. One ring a combat member. I'm on. I'm not myself. So hard, and I am with not myself out. And I was like no this is not right here. You know, watching the fight. They said that he might have gotten. Louis might have gotten a little overconfident in the third round. Did you sense? He was getting sloppier overconfident or or did you just finally were you able to time him and sneak in that punch? Copper. I think he's getting a little desperate because he was just all these heavy shot, and it wasn't really working. I was taking him. I mean, the dude hell both the crap out of my hat square and had. But you know, I I it out, and I I like a furrier. And you know, when you hitting someone with everything you've got in the coming crap. What do I think it was the best message, and he just got caught coming in because he made the evening if you get leaning with that right hand, and I just couldn't time it properly. I knew I couldn't really put anything together. I knew he was to dynamic, but I saw one opening, and that's all I need it. You were you were you looking for a one punch because you're throwing a lot of single punches. And you said that was just that was just kinda hard for you to to land more more than one at a time or or will you just kind of hoping for one big shot. Our cut entered man. My Magris is messed up. I my dad desert to in my left knee. I don't want to Friday. I was trying to address and that overcompensate anything. Good. It was real hard. But I just need if I could start something that come to me a little bit. He got a little wild. And yeah, I take it. You've talked to us before in the past about your your fears in the ring and being or the cage being afraid of hurting somebody or these different things that go on in your head. And now you said you're distracted. Now is this something that you think where your head interferes with you? Or do you think this is something that all the guys deal with? And you're just honest enough to speak about our Graham. I could be dishonest not speak about it. I mean, you fear anxiety takeover at partially feel willing Ziobro out a lot. I mean, I remember when I'm walking or every time I'm watching..

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Pompeo in N. Korea to "fill in some details" of Trump-Kim deal

Radio Specials

04:04 min | 3 years ago

Pompeo in N. Korea to "fill in some details" of Trump-Kim deal

"He was secretary of state mike pompeo's in north korea to firm up details of the denuclearization deals struck between president trump and kim jong un last month in singapore has npr's elise hu reports north korea may no specific commitments when signing on secretary of state pompeo is expected to press kim with a timeline or steps to disarm has nuclear arsenal but north korea has violated every previous nuclear agreement with the united states and those agreements came with much more specificity than the june deal struck with trump that's npr's reporting environmental groups are celebrating the departure of scott pruitt from his position at the environmental protection agency but as most beuchel from member station k u t reports the scandalplagued administrator also had many supporters pruitt's push to rollback regulations want him many friends in industry johnson tara heads the texas alliance of energy producers which represents texas oil and gas companies he says during his roughly eighteen months of the pruitt did a lot to take power from the federal government and get it back to the states and much of the concrete results that we saw we considered positive for the oil fields of texas for the citizens of texas and for the jobs of texas to tear hopes the epa will continue the course set by pruitt who's deputy former coal lobbyist andrew wheeler will now serve as acting epa administrator for npr news i'm mozambique shell in austin a man accused of killing one person and injuring multiple others after driving it's car through a crowd of counter protesters during a white nationalist rally in charlottesville virginia last summer has pleaded not guilty hall spencer from member station w c v e reports twenty one year old james alex fields junior appeared in federal court yesterday the not guilty plea upset susan bro mother of victim heather higher felt a little punch in the gut twenty did that fields didn't hesitate to mention medications he's been receiving jail an array of drugs frank ziobro depression bipolar disorder and adhd maybe that contributed to his boldness in court i just somehow expected him to sound more timid abashed while further hearings on the federal case have not been set the state's separate murder case against fields heads to trial in november for npr news i'm hawes spencer in charlottesville you're listening to npr news in washington the department of health and human services says an audit shows fewer than three thousand immigrant children remain in detention a federal judge is giving the government until next tuesday to reunite kids under five years old with their parents and until july twenty six to reunite all separated immigrant children and their families starting today bitcoin and other digital currencies are effectively banned in india ages third largest economy npr's lauren fair reports from mumbai india's central bank gave all the banks and businesses it regulates our lens money to three months to divest themselves from virtual currencies the most famous of which is bitcoin that deadline expires today the reserve bank of india says it's doing this to protect customers and curb money laundering india's top court upheld the ban earlier this week peer to peer private transactions aren't affected advocates say crypto currencies could help people in the developingworld send money to one another without bank fees but mining bitcoin and other virtual currencies requires fast internet and lots of electricity which are sometimes lacking here lauren fryer npr news mumbai a former navy diver who had volunteered to help rescue twelve boys and their soccer coach from a flooded cave in thailand has died government officials say he ran out of air while attempting to return to a command center deep underground search and rescue teams say they're running out of time to reach the kids members of the soccer team went missing two weeks ago and they became trapped by a sudden downpour that flooded the cave this is.

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