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What Are the Main Types of Trauma?
"Going to be talking about humor and tumor responses. So i've done podcast. Four tumor is an. I'll give you a quick recap. But i specifically want to talk about how we respond to tumor. And how four categories of tumor responses is actually six two new ones that have been found for research but for the purposes of this podcast. I'm going to talk about the four at most people offer manure with so these different types of tumor get the really what be big teach to would just like those huge traumatic events like war and rape and terrible abuse constantly having tremendous racist the texts that kind of stuff then you get the chronic tumors that are happening ongoing concentrating at work concentrating at school just as important to deal with any trauma just because it's called big t oats multi. Would everyone cool it complex. These different ways that we refer to it too me is tumor had it is different. Degrees of kuma to win. Needs to be managed because tumor is a distorted experience at dame creates a distorted response and impacts how we function as a human and in order to try and deal with their tumor. We we create coping mechanisms so the basically to to recognize these coping mechanisms which we could tumor. Responses is a way of seeing if you getting stuck because if you stuck it because tumors points is as to coping mechanism to experience a tumor and you're trying to cope with the thirty distorted experience. In the based way that you possibly can give brainstorms reordering to just try to cope and you think of of traffic signals is red green and orange. When you have a tumor. The red light is that warning signal is fleshing that there's something wrong and we go into various different ways of coping. Tumor response is a way of coping.
A Look at Farallon Industries
"Couple of months ago. I told you about a guy who dropped off some vintage scuba quip at the shop. One of the regulators was an old poseidon cyclone and that spurred me to segment on poseidon here on the show. I also mentioned that the cyclone was complete with a set of farallon gauges and that there were a pair of farah line fins that were unfortunately torn so they got me thinking about doing some additional research on fairlon and doing a segment here on the show. I gotta tell you. Researching on industries was a bit of a challenge. It was difficult for me to piece the information together. So some of this may be a little bit out of sequence. Let's start at the beginning. Or what i think is the beginning from my research. I believe it was somewhere around. Nineteen sixty nine. That guy named ralph osterhaudt was working on a diver propulsion vehicle or dp that he called the mark one. It seems that this was pretty successful. Product and the us navy decided to purchase two dp marquand from ralph and it appears that that's when he started foulon industries. Farallon is the name of a small group of islands about twenty six miles due west of san francisco. I wasn't familiar with the farallon islands but found out some interesting stuff about them from what i read. They were originally called the islands of the dead by native americans and then given the name farallon meaning cliffs by the spanish. I'm not exactly sure. Why ralph named is company farallon industries. Farallon was based in belmont california which is between san francisco in palo alto on the san francisco bay side. The address was listed as one three three three old country road. But when i google map data address it came up with one three three three county road now. I like to take a look at the street view at these locations to see what it looks like today and today one three three three county road in belmont california looks like a self storage facility. One of the ways that i researched founded on industries was to look back at old trademark registrations impacts when registering a trademark or patent near sometimes a description of the business on one of those registrations the businesses described as as a california corporation producing goods and services for skin and scuba divers equipment namely self-propelled vehicles for transporting scuba divers. Interestingly i saw a fair aligned dp up for auction just yesterday. I think one of their most famous patents was also in early one. It looks like it was around seventy one and that was the shock dart famous because of its uses a prop in nineteen seventy five blockbuster draws the shark dart is described in the patent as a compressed gas injector weapon including parts. Therefore you may also see these come up for auction from time to time and complete rig gets pretty pretty expensive now. There were a whole lot of patent issued to caroline industries in the nineteen seventies. It looks like it looks like there was another row involved with foulon who is also inventor and that was ralph sham champion in an old article that i read who's identified as the president of farah line industries and was listed on a number of different patents. So let's take a look at some of these products in one thousand nine hundred seventy four. It looks like they submitted a patent for a decompression indicating instrument and it said it was an analog computer then in one thousand nine hundred seventy five. They produced a pressure gauge and started to design fins over time. They introduced the farah thin the fahrenheit which was a rechargeable hand-held light and then in one thousand nine hundred seventy eight farallon industries was issued a patent for a pilot regulator that said it incorporated a novel valve assembly in the second stage in the form of a unique main diaphragm valve and a pilot valve assembly. Now i did try to trace. What actually happened to farrell on. There's some indication that it was acquired by a company called tacna. But if you look on the oceanic website they say that. Bob hollis took a big step forward with oceanic when he acquired foulon industries around nineteen seventy six giving oceanic full line of scuba equipment with an innovative line of instrumentation products. I'm not exactly sure when oceanic stop branding their products with the farallon logo. I did find a price list and catalog. from nineteen seventy eight. They're still showed a lot of the farallon. Products including their low profile pragmatic mask their patented molded mouthpiece swim snorkel. The farah light farah fins and all their instrumentation they were also still producing four versions of their diver propulsion vehicle. The mark to the mark sri mark for mark five. Interestingly in that cadillac. I did see that. Both the farallon. An oceanic logos were shown together. And oh by the way you could still get the shark dot and he came in two flavors the magnum supreme in the magnum super. Well i knew. When i started this research on farallon line industries that would be a little more challenging than some of the other companies that i've researched farah line. Industries wasn't around very long but it looks like they did some really interesting
The Best Pizza and Architect David Applebaum, Architect of the Stars
"In caroline some improvement every nikkei g. and caroline's got a piece of pizza because we all went out and got pizza. We gotta introduce our friend our guest today. David applebaum architect of stars. Hello brother i to carolina. Be an era jian. David doesn't rhyme so there. We go david a so. We gotta talk a little bit of minute. We've got to get some pizza credit here because you know last segment last hour. We're talking pizzas kind of the side discussion and we all got our pizzas here. Then as you could tell caroline's working on hers as we talk so hungry. I had to pop one in myself. Awesome the play along. Eric is under the delusion that oregon according to bloomberg makes the best feats now. David knows the northeast. He knows new york come on. You've really telling me that new york new jersey doesn't make the best pizza or they make the best taylor. Ham thing is new york. Has their style pizza. Chicago has their style pizza. When you get up to the west coast out here. We have the best of everyone's pizzas. That's my hock damon. Oh yes because. I've got pizza from nineteen forty seven people de lorenzo's. We know how to make pizza new jersey. You make a pie. It's tomato pie extra cheese on the bottom sauce. Him atop thin crust. Sorry cheeses are the bottom because if the pizza is made in nineteen forty nine. It's great. I talked sitting at a box since one thousand nine hundred forty nine. So yeah. that's thanks. There's such poor losers like deny
England Have Never Had It so Good as 'Sweet Caroline' Sweeps Nation
Interview With Jeff Devlin, Host of Stone House Revival
"Welcome to around the house or their achieved caroline be. We've got a fun episode ahead. we've got my friend. Jeff devlin stonehouse revival. Welcome to around the house my friend. Hey how we doing good brother good so good to hear your voice man. It feels like it was. It's been a decade since we've seen each other but it's a little over a year right so think about it. I call you know we. We talk about your dog years being like ten years back kobe years or one year seems like ten years against the whole thing. It seems like so crazy that you know everything. Shut down the way. Shut down and people not as much getting face to face now. We're all like let's talk. Let's let's you know go here. Let's go do this where all. I'm almost tired of seeing people when i saw you. It was like day of the day of crashing for the cove stuff shutting down. Because i was over there for that trade. Show in your neck of the woods. And you're up to see me. And i appreciate that and the next day we did the show and i got out of there the next day and all of a sudden i get a text at the hotels closing and the casinos closing in better. Get to the airport. It was literally felt. Like i was running with the explosion behind me in the movie. You trying to get to the airport. It was it was crazy. And you know what's weird is when it first happened. It was weird in that. In my opinion it was weird. Because i think i wanted a little bit of a break so kobe was almost like an excuse. It was like ok cool. We get a weekend off here. We can catch up. You know but you're just thinking it's going to be one weekend off in all is good and the whole term. Be careful what you wish for. It's so true because then the next thing you know you're like way we're gonna i'm a month in and this isn't lightning up. This isn't doing this and then i'm like wow okay.
Managing Depression, Trauma and Signs a Child May Be Struggling With Depression
"One in twelve children are battling with extreme symptoms of anxiety and depression between the ages of nine and sixteen and actually younger. It's more in goals k. And this often goes. Unnoticed by. Adults teaches pediatricians leaders. Do you know that. Three percent of leaders are talking in about mental health noticing mental health. And we may talk about. Children leaders would be example. Teach in a classroom a principal of a school a leader in a community kind of sitting at any medical health professional any mental health professional parents. These leaders be leading. The people only four percent of churches for example are talking and religious organizations of talking about mental health. I mean this. This is an area. That's not being spoken about an art children going unnoticed and we know children kind of seem to bounce back from issues because they kind of seem to pull a lives together and kind of bounce back and there is almost a dangerous assumption that we making. I know when. I was practicing as a therapist which i did for over twenty five years that we had a child with a traumatic brain injury that the actual physical damage. That would happen in putting into hospital for period of time and on they seem to physically bounce back quicker than an adult so there was a lot of assumptions made about how they are recovering. Child a child recovers more quickly. But then you would see what we call the subtle learning disability starting to manifest in certain different age groups and certain different periods at school and that was directly track back to the traumatic brain injury so they physically had recovered. But there was this layton to fix a lot of them were emotional learning etcetera that needed to be managed so we gotta stop making the assumption that our kids seem to be fine. They seem to be getting through. We've got to be very careful of that. Because if a child has experienced something they and they and they don't depending on the age if they are under twelve then gonna have much language to be able to analyze express that to the younger they get the more difficult as we know is and then also from the age of thirteen through twenty four is the most difficult season of the entire entire life cycle.
Dr. Caroline Leaf on the Difference Between the Brain and the Mind
"Good is the when you talk about the difference between the mind. And the brain people use it interchangeably very often. What are you. What is that different. So yes. people do use it. Interchangeably and incorrectly so let cleaner development lost for years as we become more versed in understanding the science of the brains neuroscience and neurobiology physiology. So everything's country macbrayne brain and the they talk about the brain producing sorts producing mind. It's completely the wrong way around because we have to distinguish between the two completely different entities and work into ways. But they were to get mind is what drives the physical. The brain is a responded. Sa- view day jebrane will disintegrate. Nobody will disintegrate. You're alive flack now. The energy from your mind is what's keeping the brain and body alive so mind. Is this energetic force. Nothing weird turtles sides and signs is very spiritual and the most simple definition of mind is how we think and feel choose so you always thinking feeding choosing an easy way to context allows us is if you think of the fact that you can go three weeks without food. You can three days without water. You can go three minutes without oxygen but you don't even go three seconds without using your mind. You mind is operating twenty four seven as you wake up in the morning your conscious mind such as and you start converting every experience from the sofa nature reading the text messages the instagram the conversations. The work that would is that you do all of that is experienced through your mind and thinks feels chooses about every experience and then it's converted inch puts pushes through the brain the brain response. Electric mclean Magnetically in unaccountable engine and convert everything in into protein structures inside Trees so you literally. You're changing your brain as you more experienced life
Are You a Shock-Absorber in Relationships?
"And we know shock absorbers in caused to absorb the bumps and things that when you're when you drive across the bump with something horrors and shake and chat and the bid of the shock. Absorption more comfortable the dry and so they are put the for their particular purpose but as humans brains bodies and minds are second. Neurobiology is not designed to be constantly shock absorbing for other people to bring a shock. Absorber is basically trying to always avoid conflict. Mediate keep the peace try. And almost like did not lead the consequences of other people's actions Fixture and impacts you all kinds of reasons so our explain it and then we're going to talk about how to manage it so i think that all of us actually shock absorb on occasion and i don't think it's a bad thing actually to do a little bit of shock absorbing. I think it's actually very natural that we want to try and be someone in pain. We see toxic situation. We don't talk situation not because we don't the negative but because we are wired for love and we have this optimism bias on neural biology with wear jeans function the way our mind brain connection functions the whole mind brain body linked is all toward survival. It's towards love. It's towards restoring balance. It's towards getting macy. Mind working with wise mine so win. Something is off when the balance is off when a person's toxic when they're being manipulative win being filled win this conflict arising we are drawn to. They're not to go back because the negative but we don't because there is an important me trying to fix it. We're trying to change the situation. We try to help the person so good. Wide full of nature draws us in to bed to be a shock absorber on occasion and we just go to distinguish between between being a shock absorber and a peacemaker so a peacemaker is someone who will try to keep the peace as the word says but a true peacemaker is not going to avoid conflict would take things on themselves just to just to make sure that that they isn't gonna be conflict. A peacemaker will allow people to experience. The consequences will be supported through the process to try and see the process through but a true peacemaker recognizes. That you can't change someone you can't fix someone but you can certainly support someone to help them to process what they're going through
Countertops and Class Action Park
"Well it's a fun week. We got a big show ahead today. We're going to be talking about a bunch of different stuff. Our number two. I've got elizabeth gomez. Whose gonna talk about contractors. She's a contractor we're gonna hear her story but caroline you got me into a rabbit hole this week. I'm theme park aficionado. And you sent over this video. This documentary on net flicks about this local theme park in your area. How the heck did they let that happen. Classic action class action park. Oh my god. Yeah vernon new jersey. This waterpark that was created in the seventies about ninety. Six and there were no rules. This wall street mogul basically decided. He was going to create a waterpark up in northern new jersey. And just do it with no engineers no security. He had kids running the park. Oh my gosh. And it's just the story this documentary about how this how we survived. I can't believe we went there and survived. It was crazy crazy. I mean this documentaries crazy. I mean he built a loop to loop type single loop waterslide and paid kids to be his test crash test dummies and would give him one hundred bucks to write it down there and when they lost their teeth orb got hurt or anything else. They clean them up. Kicking backout pam one hundred bucks and it was gruesome really bad and they had all of these brides that like i said no engineers ever certified or look at. He just created them. I mean he had a lot of the guys from. I think disney and a great adventure and all of these theme parks that had sort of been not hired by these places or they were kinda like kicked out. They weren't using much. Yeah they were sketchy and so he had these guys helping. Create this park and a lot of people got killed in a lot of people got hurt which is really sad but the story is just incredible that this even occurred crazy.
Former Disney Channel Star Alyson Stoner on Mental Health Struggles
"Ellison. What an honor and privilege to meet you to talk to you and to hear you a nasal story so part cost today. Thank you so much. It's truly mutual and honored to be here as well thank you. I'm a great fan of yours. I watched you in. You're a little girl and in movies you've done and you've got such a phenomenal story. Would you mind share you story with the audience. Yes sure. I began working in entertainment at six years old and it was a fulltime job. You could say. It was a combination of training and learning about the craft also embarking on the industry side of things so meeting with agencies and having representatives and going on these auditions and it was a very reoccupying all consuming endeavor that ended up up rooting my entire family from ohio. All the way to the other side of the country to las angeles. And you know there's a mixed way of interpreting this because in many ways i was very very fortunate to have experienced quite a significant amount of success. Early on you could call it. Beginner's luck you could call it really great mentorship from my teachers. But there's also the flip side. Which is the psychological impact the developmental impact when you're removed from normal socialization. And when you're no longer in academic settings and you're you're learning a lot of different patterns that deeply embed themselves and and and give you a sense of reality that's quite skewed from the quote unquote normal. So it's been a multi layered experience but it's the story that i have to work with so here. We are turning turning everything we can into something purposeful. I love it and you've become a huge mental health advocate and just before we began. You made a very interesting comments about helping others in two different states one way you still proceeding through and one way you sort of proceed through now you moving into that other side. Can you talk about this. Because i found it really stinks. Yes as i'm meeting with a lot of different folks in the space were discussing the advocacy at hand for child actors child performers in terms of labor laws in terms of mental health practitioners on sets etc etc. I'm noticing that of course everyone is at different stages of their own healing and process. And you know some like to bring their pain into their advocacy because it's it's the passion it's the spark it's the fire that that really keeps them going
Native Americans Being Left out of US Coronavirus Data
"The number of american indian alaskan native people who have died during the coronavirus pandemic may never be known. A group of native journalists found that health privacy laws and breakdowns in local state federal and tribal data reporting systems contributed as christine treatment reports. This concerns tribal health advocates. Who say the lack of data impacts resources for tribal communities reporters with the indigenous investigative collective made multiple public records requests for death records in an effort to find a reliable fatality count. Those requests were rejected citing privacy. The collective has found data problems exist. Nationwide as of june second the center for disease control and prevention estimates that more than sixty five hundred american indians and alaskan natives have died from covid nineteen the highest rate of any ethnic group in the us. That estimate likely falls far short of the actual death toll. The urban indian health institute in seattle washington is one of twelve nationally recognized tribal epidemiology center's director abigail echo hawk. Now we're showing as highly some of the highest Death rate is a gross undercount. That undercount leaves researchers and epidemiologists completely in the dark when creating practices and policies to deal with future pandemics tracking indigenous covid. Nineteen patients accurately would involve the entire health system including the indian health service tribal facilities urban indian health programs private clinics and other non ihs facilities elizabeth fowler. Ihs director says they're not tracking covid nineteen deaths because they want to avoid under reporting you relied and use a reported by ec that lack of good information can make things difficult for tribal nations. Caroline angus horne buckle with the national indian health. Board says nations need real time accurate data to protect their citizens. We're not capturing of impact and we are not capturing all of the death for american indians and alaska natives the truth. Pitcher is actually worse than what the data tells by
Help! My sister is pressuring me to join her MLM
"My sister has recently a multi level marketing company. And she won't stop pestering me and the rest of the family to get in while we can. I made the mistake of agreeing to go to one of the presentations. Now i'm worried. I'll end up getting excited to and wasting my money. How can i back out. And what if missing the opportunity of a lifetime just getting. I'm pretty much sure it's not that. But how are you sure that all of these programs are so bad. What do we tell her. Thanks for your help press carolina. It's a tough one Thank you for the question. I do this from time to time or variations of this about how there's a friend or family member that says this is as caroline said the opportunity of a lifetime. And you know it's probably not and the person usually knows that it's not the opportunity of a lifetime they understand. It's probably not a good idea at all. But they're not quite sure what to do. And so you know. Here's what i would ask a person who is you know gun-ho about a particular opportunity like this. I would say well. How is it going for you so far because often the messaging with these programs is very much about lifestyle aspiration. It's the promise of something but the results are quite different from the promise. So you say well. Is it really working out that way for you so far like you've said a lot of good things about the potential but how is it working out not just for you but also the other people you know in the program and almost always what you hear is well. I'm just getting started. But somebody else out there is doing really well and you know. It's a fact that the vast majority when i say vast majority. There's actually been studies about this. It's more than ninety eight percent of people who join network marketing programs end up losing money. And that's why even though we try to feature lots and lots of different ideas here on the podcast. I don't feature anything to do with network marketing because if ninety eight percent of people are losing money then i don't think it's because they're all just lazy or they're all doing it wrong. It's more that these programs are set up to mostly benefit the people who start them so assuming you know that. What do you do when you're in the situation like caroline where your sister or somebody is really excited about it. I think what you do. is you try to. You know not make that person feel attack or defensive. You encourage them to see the truth for themselves and you ask questions like that like oh how is it working for you.
Officials Give Update on Deadly Shooting at Los Angeles County Fire Station
"County firefighters been shot and killed inside a fire station and Agua Dulce say today is truly a sad day in a tragic day for the lawsuit is county Fire Department L. A county fire chief. Caroline's be says the fire engineer was shot and killed in a fire captain was shot and then taking Henry Male Hospital in Newhall possibly says the shooter is also a firefighter at fire station 81 Agua Dulce A and it appears that he drove back to his house and act in the home was set on fire. And he was also found deceased. It appears the man shot himself. Now. Investigators are working on the motive behind the shooting in
Surprising Reasons You May Be Anxious
"Do i feel anxious in certain situations and not others to answer the question that is because in certain situations you have experienced something and every experience you have has been wired is has been experienced by your mind putting your brain and wyatt in as an actual thought and then your brain has sent a message to every cell of your body. The is to prepare every cell of body about that experience. So it's stored in your mind as these waves and your brain is toxic thought with my prosecute and a new forty in a change in your dna so the source of the anxiety is at the root system and in the branches of the throat. Are you interpretation of that. You perspective k and so this whole thing this experience which is converted into these different states in your mind brain and body are linked so your body. It's lost part to accept mind brain party and your body gets this whole physiological response that's connected to brings controlled by your brain. And they become linked so in this triggered the triggers the mind brain body response so something in on varmint triggers this whole mind body response and the situation that triggers. It depends on what it was so the content the data off the source of the wherever. Whenever you are in a similar situation it seems similar vein. It's gonna trigger that response so let's say for example you've developed anxiety around public speaking which is pretty common so that's a very specific anxiety so these may be some experience you head. It was toxic new interpretations that this is a scary monitoring body bold is pulled in and stored the and you had repeated experience so it over a period of sixty three days nine weeks or few months. You head enough experiences to stabilize the so turned into a long term memory. Became what ties became a habit. The whole soccer neurophysiological linked to sit up. And now when you in any kind of public speaking situation that triggers this particular response
Teen Who Recorded George Floyd's Murder Reflects on His Death
"Here is eighteen year. Old ella frazier statement given voice. Tonight by caroline. Randall adams a year ago today eyewitness to murder the victim's name george floyd although it wasn't the first time as seen a black man get killed at the hands of the police. This is the first time a witnessed it happen in front of me right in front of my eyes few feet away. I didn't notice man from a can of paint. But i knew his life mattered. I knew that he was in pain. I knew that he was another black man. Endanger no power only seventeen the time just normal day for me walking my nine year old cousin to the corner store not even prepared for what i was about to see. Not even knowing my life is going to change on this exact day in those exact moment it did. It changed me changed how i viewed life. It made me realize how dangerous it is to be black in america. We shouldn't have to walk on eggshells around police officers the same people that are supposed to protect and serve looked at as thugs animals and criminals all because of the color of our skin.
The case for co-ops, the invisible giant of the economy | Anu Puusa [TEST]
"Wow i get to do that a lot around here. It's finally someone else's turn. So yes i happen to marital wonderful man named ted which is pretty rare in finland where i'm from. It's not a typical finnish name at. Aw trust me i myself. I'm a business professor. And i love teaching but you know what my students are fed up. They have really fed up. With the way the business is growing the environment and making wealth inequality was and putting money and profits above all else. And what really makes them mad is when i tell them about the cooperative movement the angry because once they understand how cooperatives they feel like a secret solution has been kept hayden before i tell you more about why cooperative sauce so great. I want to explain what they are. A corporate. dave is an organization that is owned by its members who are also its customer and decision maker and unlike most businesses where certain owners can buy more power and influence in a corporate day of every member has one vote which was the revolutionary idea back when the model was first introduced a regular mind not dimension a woman with no significant means or prestigious position in the society as an owner and partner in business on heard of perhaps it's still a bit revolutionary. Copa dave's exist in a sweet spot between the for profit and nonprofit worlds. They uniqueness is based on the idea of duality. They have two distinct but complementary roles on one hand they act like any other business and try to make money but on the other hand cooperatives are and do so much more they are scented enterprises run by and for then members and they tried to achieve economical but also social and cultural goes to benefit those members who are just regular people like you and me and what has happened for. Almost two hundred years is that cooperatives have proven to make decisions with a view across generations instead of quarter to quarter to benefit more people and wells in communities that might not otherwise attract investment while. Still being competitive and innovative. Sounds pretty good right. I guess that's why. At the end of a clause the other day student all red and chest up basically shouted at me of always been a straight a student. Done all the work read. All the books are now you telling me that all my life. I've missed hearing about a movement with this magnitude. I get this a lot. The organized corporate they've movement started in eighteen forty four with the russia's society of equitable pioneers. This was a group of weavers and artisans who are of desperation. Opened a store together to sell things that they could neither get nor afford alone. The cooperative movements from there and became a global phenomenon. Many of the modern day credit unions and farm credit systems. You see in. North america are descendants of the famous cooperative reiffeisen system in germany and here in finland. A man named hanis gephardt is considered to be the father of the finnish cooperative movement in the nineteenth century. He introduced cooperatives to help. People tackle debt poverty and unemployment. It turns out. This is the foundation opo country known for its democratic values high quality education and the happiness of its citizens and this line of impact of cooperative movement can be found in other places in the world to. I'm proud to say that invalided terms. Finland is one of the most cooperative countries in the world. We have about five point. Five million people who have over seven million memberships in cooperatives. That's run everything from groceries to banks each time. I stop at grocery cooperative. When i feel in my guest tank edo jointly owned restaurant. Stay at a hotel or buy clothes. Ohad west of i could bonuses. That can be up to five percent. And when i pay with bank card get an additional half percent off and i know that win. The copa davis doing well. It's not funding a single person's luxury vacation in the bahamas every year. A governance body comprised of elected representatives decides. How any operating surplus will be used. Some of the money will go back to the members. For example this year all consume the corporate dave boyer's caroline also or beco- or as we call it it's part of the group is the biggest corporate of croup in finland. They had a so close of two percent or members purchases and twelve percent return on money invested. When you add up the savings and the return my family received more than two thousand years back which is more than we spend on groceries in one month not to mention that across race above seven percent cheaper than its main competitor. i'm a member owner intrigue cooperatives and my husband has four memberships consumer a bank an insurance and water cooperative. We have two beautiful girls who are ten and twelve years old. And they're also member owners of the s group then. Memberships caused us one hundred euros. Each we want to pass on the legacy and teach them about the benefits of corporate gives early on and of course they're very happy about the yearly interest on cooperative capital. But it's just about us getting money back. It's about the greater good for our community. I'm not only talking about taxes and employment. Our consumer cooperative is the biggest employer in the area. I'm talking about support for young people. Sports arts university and cultural events for example as a member of the board of beco- or a few years ago we agreed to build a sports hall fully exa which is a nearby city here in the eastern part of finland belonging to our cooperatives operational area after we built it. The city signed a very long term rental agreement with us so financially investment made sense and of course it was a major gesture to the local people who not have proper facilities to do all kinds of sports in another case. We ended up rejecting the investment proposal regarding building a senior house downtown. The idea was very good one but we declined because it was the big hosting complex requiring a lot of capital with low expected investment return that would only serve a small part of the membership less than one percent of our over one hundred thousand members and therefore we decided against it
A Fathers Journey to Understand & Heal After His Childs Suicide
"Jason. Welcome to my podcast. I am very very honored to talk to you today. About such an important topic and how you have gone through such a such an issue. Such a mess of thing in how you've turned the surrounding your life to help others so before we start people put a little bit of actual bio but can you just tell us a little bit about who you all what you do why you and then we can dive into a story to talk about this incredible incredibly important topic of teen suicide and what we can do. Doctors really appreciate you having me on here today. It's a very. It's a tough topic for so many people. It's not an easy topic for me either bees. I've actually unfortunate. Lived through the death of son and i think it's important after losing ryan go back to the story. He was he just turned fourteen years of age and my wife and i were on vacation. Celebrate your birthday. It was three years ago. In this march he'd literally turned fourteen and ten days later decided to take his life. And i didn't see a Signs we didn't know there's any wrong with ryan we knew the ride had crohn's disease. We knew ryan was a little grumpy but we had three other older kids. They were all happy and he was like least frumpy how i could see it and we did not know what he was struggling with. And i didn't ask. That's the the biggest thing that i wanna get across the parents of doing. What i'm doing is because if you take the look at the life we lead haiti life. At least from my perspective. He had a good life. I'm yeah we don't have a lot of issues. A great family life. He lived in a nice setting. I've been able to provide very well for my family and he wasn't needing anything he had friends. He was the class clown he was all. Those things done little challenges but i did not realize what he was struggling with inside because i never asked how he was doing
How has the Pandemic Affected Kids?
"No matter how old you are. living through. A global pandemic is bound to bring up a lot of different feelings. Our correspondent ryan nurse spoke to some kids about how they've been feeling during this past year. I can't think of a better way to get a sense of how kids are handling the pandemic psychologically than to just ask you our listeners and not surprisingly across the country many of you seem to be having very similar feelings from san jose california. I'm as eleven years old and something. That's been challenging over. The pandemic is not being able to go places and see my friends all the way across the country to touch in new jersey. Hi i'm brendan cannon. I'm twelve years old. Most challenging part of the pandemic is not seeing my friends and my grandparents and just a few hours away from brendon in brooklyn eight-year-old. Maisy errands sounds like. She's had just about enough for seven months. I didn't see anyone. It was very difficult. Not seeing friends. And if you think it's tough trying to see the friends you already have try making new ones. Like millions of americans twelve year old twin siblings caroline. And thomas love move during the pandemic from colorado to manhattan beach california. Thomas says part of the solution to those feelings of isolation was finding new ways to contact friends and spending time with family and his sister caroline agrees. I think that having technology that we've been using throughout the pandemic made it easier to still stay in touch with my friends. Maisy also moved temporarily from new york city with a population of over eight million people to washington connecticut with a population of thirty five hundred. I got to spend more time with my family. Anna's fun being candidate for awhile like willie like it there. So some of these pandemic changes ended up being positive for your mental health. Whether or not you move to the countryside it sounds like some of you started getting out of the house and being creative with all of that time a positive thing for me has been learning how to skateboarding getting better at guitar. I also skied so much this year. But regardless of how resilient you've all been there's no doubt that all of you are definitely ready for that wonderful mythical moment in time which we've all been waiting and waiting and waiting for when things return
"caroline" Discussed on Get Real -w- Caroline Hobby
"Hello hello. I would caitlyn brown. Hey how do you like your new last name. you know. it took a second to get used to it. it did. Yeah 'cause when. I went to the store and stuff and i would like they would be like okay in your last name. I was still say my last name. What was your last name. It was kraft macaroni and cheese. So then i was like oh. It's it's brown actually. Never mind caitlyn brown. Yeah so you're fresh off the newlywed train Fresh out like a month ago. Okay talk to me about what's been going on. As month of marriage you feel different. Do you feel like a new woman. How was the wedding. The wedding was amazing. Although we're still drinking chance celebrated yes we are. Here's cheer sear. Lovely name isn't neutrals. I have no idea. Okay but yeah. I don't feel like any different i really don't i mean it's fun. It's exciting but we live together before and we're doing the same thing. I actually woke up the next day after the wedding was like glad that's over. There was a lot of stress. What was the most stressful part of it. I think it was like for a year and a half while we are engaged. The only thing people would not talk to me about was so. How's the wedding. And i was like one more person asked me about the wedding or may dress or anything about it. I'm like i can't handle it. That i thought my brother-in-law says that people state the obvious and everyone especially like someone like you if you're walking down an interview liner or if you haven't seen very often they're going to state the first thing they can think of. Yeah and it's like. Oh my gosh you're so over it so lake over it as soon as you get married get ready nuts. Winter you having babies necks. Those are dogs right. Have your first baby then. It's like winner. you're going to have another way. Yeah it's like always just hang. I know i'm right now. i'm just like completely content. isn't that wonderful. It really is is ailing it. Yeah yeah i am. I got like a lot of stuff done with the new house. And i'm like liking traveling and not having to worry about. Was it stressful to travel. When you're doing the wedding planning my mom. Thank god for my mom. Oh my god. If it wasn't for my mom it have been like that at all. He did so much. So i know like a lot of girls are like. Oh my god. I'm so stressed like this is awful. I was like. I don't care whatever i was like. Yeah i mean. I told him exactly what i wanted it to feel like. I'm not like super girly. I was like. I wanted to feel woodsy like enchanted forest and my bridesmaids dresses were like a sage green army green. And i was just like come with me. Come to me with questions of two options. And i'll just say yes or no smart. Yes and you want to worry about it. Then you probably enjoy the process so much more. I did it really. Wasn't that bad. So tell me how you felt though when it was like the wedding day's happenings in like all of this works coming together. You are now putting on the dress. The guests showing up. You're about to walk down. The aisle like what are you feeling that moment but it's about to happen about to throw up like i was so weirdly calm like all day and then i did my first. Look with my dad you did. Yeah oh stop. It was very emotional. Gosh my dad is the funniest human on earth and so like everything like he can take a funeral. Make some kind of joke about it. And i appreciate that me to always find humor. Yes so he's not gonna let anything rain on his parade no matter what he's going to enjoy life right. It's always like some kind of funny jokes. Some people might not like that. But i love that. I appreciate that i like people that make light of a heavy situation. We don't wanna go swimming into live in the bottom of this figure out how we can find joy again right. Yeah so we did our first look and then that was like no. He didn't cry. No but i could tell he got red in his face and he saw me and i was like do it do it. Let it to your. But then he said some. Joe joe okay. Good at that moment was over real fast. I appreciate so. I think the most like scary moment was when we were in the van and we were waiting to walk down the aisle just me and my dad and i was watching everyone blocking and sit down and i was like why i'll never do this again. This is the most awful feeling the pressure. I know it was so much pressure. It's just even though you love your husband more than anything in your world in the world. Like i remember when i was hearing michael like more than anything to marry him. But it's just that huge huge thing that's happening and like you said you'll never do it again. You now tied to this one person for the rest of your life which is awesome right but it's still huge a huge moment. Yeah yeah. I wasn't nervous or anything i was like. I just wanna marry kane all this extra stuff going on right now is like stressing me out. All the people there that entertainment. You wanna make sure they're having a good time. I couldn't even get good buzz at my wedding girl every time i trying to take a sip of something. Someone's like come take a picture and be like well. Put my champagne back down. Like i can't even get a buzz at my own wedding. Is this digital dance though. Because you're in canes instagram dance video. I live for by the way. I hope one's coming up for the holidays are preparing. Wow who knows when we spend too much time at our house. We don't know what to do with ourselves so we usually ended up making up some choreography or something. I'm grateful for because i'm like literally when it happens. I'm like oh my god there. Dan like the. I thought i was like this is dancing happening. And then it's good dancing and then you're like together and you're like oh give high people die so no i can't dance came hand. No one can dance. No hang his dance his officer or do you teach on his improvised. Yeah i mean. We have two different styles of dancing. I'm more of like the white girl booty pop and like and he's just like cool like he can moonwalk in like do cool. Stop and i'm just like god. You're so cool so how often they are dance often. You often dan just for fun like throughout the house like home. Just the to y'all and then it's like you're chilling like you sound so cheesy to say. Oh we do. I mean it's just like we're making fun of each other and like we always have music on or something and yeah. I mean there's always like breakout dance. Move happening or dance battle. I think that's the way that's a great hit to happiness in marriage. Yeah i mean if you're dancing with each other you're always have fun. Yeah i mean it's fun. I like best friends. So how awesome is that. I now look you've built in best friend on how i'm blessed. Was it love at first sight. Because you're telling me you guys met 'cause you manager you're kicking booty you're an artist and a bad ass like hands down on top of it. Drop dead gorgeous. One of the people. I've ever seen you are. You are no no no no but you're doing your own thing rock your own world. Tell me what's going on before you just get hit by the love train because then you did. A u-turn went on a totally different route right. Yeah i mean. I kinda like it all kind of fell into place like it's just i was doing my own thing. Where were you living. This time i was living in orlando okay so down there doing my thing. Now where are you from philadelphia. Okay did you grow up in the woods..
"caroline" Discussed on Get Real -w- Caroline Hobby
"Take my hat off I started reporting. No. You should not take your hat off because it's a Gimme six feet or actually. The vast Carolina Y'all everyone was this is my best deeper, my whole entire life. Carolines it's Caroline's wires near managers. Do you change your middle name just wires or what's your? Yes Caroline's wires near men. The growing of Carolina and I became best friends two years old the only friends that went to each other's birthday party like I think you're the only friend had of my party. And it just was instant. How do we become besties? I think our moms were just good friends and then we said we were around each other and we just were instant. Christie's. And we did dance together and Caroline had the cool is older siblings Ryan Shay and they were like seven years older than you right seventy. Five and seven. Yeah. There's growing up. We would go play Your House Ryan Shay were always like cool teenagers and they like it. They had like the the junior high and high school talent show in somehow we weasel our way into Ryan's talent show act. We did a dance routine in front of the whole high school when we were like what however we? Oh my goodness. I think we were like in fourth grade. And it was like a really big deal because the talent show was or the school that we didn't attend and it was Hor- seventh grade to twelfth grade. but somehow the caroline's weasel their way way did our little dance routine with our cutoff shorts and we didn't blitz. And we pretty rich thought. We were the coolest people ever refi like we stole the show. We're like we're hanging out with the high schoolers in the I mean how you know what it was because your brother Ryan he's so cool. But like he was the guy that like just kind of like made everything happen at the end like he's so rolling in hot. So they didn't have an act like every grade had to have an act in. So he just decided to like act like a talent scout and throw us in act as like the talent scouting, and then he just went together this act and you didn't have to do anything. We got rid. We got. He's pretty much known for being sufficient with everything he does, and so I think the most efficient way. To, accomplish his. Requirement. For the talent show was to get us. And then he didn't have to do anything and it was great. Oh Man. Gosh we also growing up every single weekend. We would spend the night together we will do. Our size exercise videos would play. Ball I mean, we go hunting for a giant scary things that lived in the little pond behind your house. Oh. Yes. But were they doing church We would get what was called the things that Ryan would find in the I That alligator GARS yeah yeah yeah. I don't know but you know what we love to do most was go to Mervyn's took. In bodysuits yes. Matching outfits we matched every day. And we loved Mervyn's and. We'd go to our moms and by every single matching bodysuits we could we only were Ryan Carolina grenade bodysuits. Cool before bodysuits. Cool it definitely yes. We had every single cutler and we also were are you remember the same way? Oh you have my hair so I could get it to flow the right way. We. Lower Oh. We would spray sunflower like leaving conditioner on our hair in we we lay on the bed and put our head on the back of the bed. So it would fall off and then we brush our hair and get it. So smooth on the top and do it is titus ponytail you could get, and then we'd spray down leaving conditioner and let it dries Oh it literally would crack. It was so hard rights have the one little hair in front of our face like Madonna that I would have to make sure that one hair that had to be on the same side he had to just match perfectly. Harvey. How to have the hair at our face? The one little I don't know I. think that was your hair initiation. You started that in Nigeria's at course went along with. My God, I mean talked about true best friendship like literally Caroline I. Feel. So the fact that we have the same name is crazy but I feel so lucky because we have been best friends our whole life like. Her didn't we lost it. You know. I know I mean even after you went to Baylor and then Nashville you know and then came back to Austin it didn't matter. You know how far away we were how Many days in between s chatting. You know when you have something like that. It's just rare lucky and it never goes away. Man. So. When Michael and I broke up our out Michael and I had dated for years and I broke up with him for two years and when I broke up I was like I am moving to Austin and Caroline you had just moved Austin We'd both I guess you you've been living in Fort Worth and you move to Austin and I was like I don't know what I'm doing I feel like my life is falling apart but I am moving in the same apartment complex the you got an apartment in there before I even looked at it like I didn't care where the apartment was like I'm moving the same place. We were like on a one floor part but like so close. So every single day we would hang out like I was even there when you started dating Jason Your husband, I have you on me I know. Will I mean the funny thing was was I was. So. I was living in Waco because the law school they're. Not In fort right so I was so excited because I was going to move to Austin, it's going to be single and my best friend was moving there and we were gonNA be. Her. Yes On which NATO we were deserted day like crazy which I did you stopped yes. That we're. Well bid I met Jason like basically right when we moved there in men Baz all. The funnier lots of fun. Oh, an we you help you ran. Catherine and I decided to train ribeira thought a half marathon. and. You just would run with us just for fun and then we run to the Bar Honda get Sangria drink we'd run. Red Straight to the bar, and then just drink tons of Sangria. Yet. SD Best Sangria ever. was so good but yeah we. Lots of lots of times. I. Mean that was a funnier. I'm so glad we got to like before we were married before we had kids. We got to like live lives. We got to live adult life together. Exactly and it was so fun because we were. You know older and like out of a certain time of our lives and Just got to enjoy. Kind of new faced. Yes. I know, and then here here comes all the babies. So you have to babies now one of my godchild. Yes flow. Sorry is yours Ord Knox. Cut. Albie. 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"caroline" Discussed on Get Real -w- Caroline Hobby
"I wanna be more funny. Like, I want to ask do some frames. Van wives who's married to the bass player in a thousand horses. She's hilarious. Like you like, and she pranks everyone. She has a Lyles on her phone. She has pictures of all of us in Melissa this. some terrible pictures, you could ever imagine shields. Like post them out every now, and then see that's so fun because you know, pictures, you could ever met. What's funny is like everybody else care? How pretty anybody is everybody can be ugly. And this was so funny like. Picture. I love it for a lap. She'll do anything for a laugh at anybody's expense. I love that main. She's yes, she's not gonna. Yeah. Yeah. But I just love that. And I'm just like oh my God. If I could be one thing I wish I could be funnier. But I appreciate funny people. So that's why like find you on a good funny side sidekick because like the person who's funny like I'll be there like egging on. Yeah. I'm not really the one who's able to instigate it. I don't have that ominous. Reator? I can. Yeah. I love to be in the room and a part of it and laughing because to me humor is the greatest medicine. It is until you cry. You can laugh until you cry crime, t LA I'm what she's laughing. So you cry or laughing behavior prank? Anybody call me? Okay. I'm ready. I really do. Oh my God. Okay. So I like to leave every interview with leave your light. So obviously, your whole life is inspiring and every. Thing you've talked about it's been inspirational. But just what's a message. You wanna send people like distant spire, people listening to this? If you had like a piece of advice or something you wanted to pass on to someone maybe who's. You know in a hard spot or something like what what's your word of encouragement that you'd wanna give somebody? There are a couple of things that I try to think they're couple things that I tell my kids every day. I tell them to always go and make a person small everyday be nice, go make a person smile, and then the ultimate vise. Some of the best advice. I ever got was it's I guess a K with his. Yep. Anyway, it's it's not our job to understand. Why God does what he does is our job to accept it. And make the best out of it. Wow. And just that's what you have to do someday. What will understand everything? But we're not. I mean, he's not gonna less understand everything right right now in this life. Wow. So just take what he gives you as hard as it is. And it's sometimes it's great. And sometimes it sucks so bad. But you gotta take it and try to make the best out of it. That's truly inspiring. Well, I love that. Thank you. I'll know I'm not very deep, but deep as I guess Caroline. I'm so shallow. Are so deep in you, also though like, you know, how to make joy out of painful things, which isn't a true gift truly. Oh, thank you. Thank you so much joining for coming. Thank you. And we got the same name. So obviously, we're Caroline's are a handful best brand growing up. Her name was Caroline to. We were always the say, I never knew a new one of the Carolina ever. But hey, Caroline's handful, but they're good people. Oh, yeah. Oh, yeah. We're the best. Thank you. I know you love that episode was in non credible. How inspiring is Caroline. She is a true earth angel. I love her to pieces, and I'm so glad to know her, and I'm so thankful that she shared her story just to uplift everyone who heard it because I know you heard that and felt moved in your soul. There's no you couldn't next week. I have cast Kelly who is the wife of Charles Kelley from lady antebellum, Cassie is an incredible soul. She is beautiful. She's a fashion east. She is incredible style. She also has the hugest heart. We talk all about her relationship with Charles their journey to their sweet son ward, her business that she started woman Easson how it turned into a huge business that she ended up selling all about her life. It's so incredible. She's such an lifting person. So get excited for Kathy Kelly next week. We'll see you then.
"caroline" Discussed on Get Real -w- Caroline Hobby
"And. Sees the Queen of. Zone. No win. No one can win. Is this of get real podcast with Caroline Bryant is so much fun. I love Carolina. I recently discovered her Instagram page early last year, and I've been hooked she is so suddenly beautiful, but more than that, she's a prankster and she pranks her entire family. She does the wildest things from stuffing yourself in a life size. Teddy bear putting snakes and refrigerators jumping boxes putting figuring posh on a bar of soap and watching Luke lather up with it. And wondering what's going on? She puts it on Instagram. It's Sterckele also Luke's mom LeClair is a huge character in all Caroline stories. Declare straight out of a movie, she is so hysterical. Her dance moves just her whole personality, you have to fall along because it's sheer joy, we also talk all about Caroline and Luke's love story. It's so sweet Luke was the second guy Cowan's ever kiss in hearing their journey is incredible. And beyond that, we talk. About how Carolina Luke dealt with some serious tragedy. Both of Luke siblings passed away. Carolina Luke stepped in and are helping to raise and support. His sister's children who are in high school and college as well as raising their own two young boys. Caroline's brother also lost his daughter at a really young age. Her name was Brett and an honor. Brett Caroline had promised her opponent when she was one years old so Carolina and her family started Brett's barn, which is a barn that has all sorts of animals were kids with disabilities and sickness can come and pet the animals and feel happiness enjoy and it's also so Brett's legacy and memory will never die will live on forever. The way that Caroline and Luke have navigated their life in gone through such hard times and still found joy and love and humor and fun. It's just nothing short of inspiring. I'm telling you Caroline's faith in God is so inspiring this episode touched, my heart so much. It made me laugh it made me feel. Everything and I'm just so happy and thankful to know Carolina, Brian because what an incredible person she is. You guys are gonna love this podcast here. She is. Caroline, Brian in the his e hey, hey, y'all Izzy. That's right. How you doing? You're coming fresh off a tennis match. Yes. Yes. It was good. So sorry. I was a little late. We look great becoming. You're like cute spank, shiny pants on. I did I brushed my hair in the car and I put on some goals, but I suppose good as it gets these days. It's looking good. Let like I've been a street fight. And I got my ass kicks. But you were the champion of the tennis match. We did win. Yes. It was a close match or like it was. So that's why it took a long time. But it was it was fun. It's mile it. So get to hit a ball hitting gresh instead of having a child or or like, I like I walk in US Ligo where the kids is like half of them are on the snow pile and whereas the other half. Stairs. I don't know. He's no pile pile of snow. Okay. So this is I'm not lying. So my children are obsessed with snow because yesterday we love to ski and just all you had a trip of their workday..
"caroline" Discussed on Dr. Caroline Leaf
"Hi i'm caroline leaf and welcome to this part cost today i'm going to talk to you about mindsets specifically to the fifteen mindsets that successful people have and how to cultivate these mindsets that will lead you forward and not backwards a mindset is an attitude accuster of thought to the text information it's such an important concept because minds are so incredibly powerful in my new book sinclar succeed are going to dips in the first six about mine seats and what they are and the fifteen mind sits up dainty fide that successful people cultivate and i want to help you understand these to help you to adopt these mindsets in your lives so mine sit is similar to an editor was kind of like an attitude and an edited is assault an assault has information and it has emotions so every time that you think you thought and that thought has this information and these emotions and together they create almost like a flavor and a mindset with a good flavor is going to drive fords whereas mindset with a toxic behavior is going to hold you backwards so basically a mindset shapes how you see and how you interact with the world it's literally a photo or they are footers through how you perceive day today vince and your world and literally how you you see your future that's what's important to have the right kind of mindsets literally a good mindset can catapult.
"caroline" Discussed on Dr. Caroline Leaf
"Hi i'm dr caroline leaf and welcome to this part cost i am so excited today i have a very very good friend of the studio with me dr lilian robertson who's an obgyn and we are going to talk about women's health and stress pretty much the impact of toxic stress on women's health welcome lillian it's wonderful having you beckon the studio again good to be here thanks for having me we did a couple of part costs to given and people have loved what you've got to say i just felt that we will have you and i were having this conversation just just recently about how you deal with so many high powered high level and just laugh woman obviously woman in general but hard business of life is getting to people and how to fix the health and i this as important topic press to talk about i agree you know we we do see quite a bit of stress and today's environment with what's happening in the world stage what's happening in her home life in what's happening just locally and so i'm starting to see more and more how does impact of woman's hell it impacts her hormone levels impacts are cycle impacts her since of being wellness in how she feels about herself or sexual health and diet all of that said so you seeing a definite change in woman trying to balance the business of lafley working moms with kids and has been in europe ura you've got to heads that you weigh your pastors wife year in obgyn you fleet still fully involving involved in your profession in its do you find that you have were you do to sort of balance things in your life in what are the advice with some of the advice you give to patients will you're absolutely right i do were fulltime it of work in ministry with my husband as well as a new family that i'm a part of church family in family life with my husband so i make a point to i made a decision that no one could do it for me but so something that i absolutely had to do and so what i try to do is i tried to go help my husband understand that i'm going to need some me time some time for myself and i take those times i take those moments do my walking i take those moments to do my devotional and i take those times to just you know sort out in just get away in that's the only time that i can rejuvenate and feel like i can do my best self and get more to i congregate give more to my husband into the better me that is incredible because what you've just say they is it youth mate you sits really quick lactation you've you explained to husband that you're going to need the time we solve and that's incredibly good to we need to recognize that we need to say to our loved ones that we actually need this time we need this time for self and another thing that you've done besides talking tim about needing this time for yourself you also have it you you didn't give up everything and and just to become a pastas wife you've caped you're proficient going youth dedicating years to this probation so you've managed to balance that and that's obviously a discussion amongst yourselves in you as a woman you stood at fort you believe you should be doing this in the current metoo movement just the women's rights and this is a very important thing you know before i my husband i married i've got some talk therapy and i knew that i would be making a transition would be moving to different state i be marrying a man who head children before we married windsor previous white i would be a pastor's wife out the working.
"caroline" Discussed on Dr. Caroline Leaf
"Nick doctrinal rachel fat cells actually producing row estrogen does well at abnormal amounts of as he is not a guy that's contributing to its team on the aps said it is absolutely end its contributing to to the hot flashes in its the the the real problems contributing to the weight gain so one of asia's most is that the safe in that's the dangerous that's k danger because that's what does it quote diseases can occur the metabolic syndrome was laced ladies will have increased risk of hypertension diabetes hyper liberty media in fatty liver disease to at increased risk for heart disease and so that's why we see a greater risk of heart disease in this age limit because when we work on changing our diet will work on exercising we laura i risk all of those fact which isn't he ever to the philosopher annual fight tyson laughing what about siddiqui juice need oppose any beck as well hippie jumped i had a situation 54 now in two years ago three for years ago i hit a surgery and a major suit for public organ products which is another thing that you need to have a talk about the show bok because a lot of women awoke components and they don't need to run and it was stage who was really bad and i'll i come from any that doesn't experience nipples since my mother even though she admitted newest assistance heavens and suddenly from one day to the next i hit huq clashes after seventeen times a day at knocked him out wake up up to fifteen sixteen townsend knocked who supporting the swedes and it was bought of egot told me it was formed roosevelt was militias meld one of the things that happens caroline is when you have surgical menopause before you actually have gone to visit logical menopause the natural time so you've actually cut short liberated celery this right in threatened shot straight in it from fertility years to mid off suck it was but within within an hour with the night with the best.
"caroline" Discussed on Dr. Caroline Leaf
"Selves to a woman that to the different season at night they are think could be a problem so we have to make sure that we have the right mindset to see it not as a disease that is a problem but this is the time that we can embrace as we age so our mindset towards managing medicine laws first has to stop eating how we see ourselves how we embrace and it's you know you'd bit rather have menopause to not be light at all ellie adding astronaut turned active leadfree the head of you reject like a trade off because a good attitude towards it really impacts how you respond to it in how walked at minus i'm hearing botha few brilliant doctors saying that online place in massive rolling than than schmitz who he used mind with varying work and we had the combination of and yet icing mind medicine mutual could not mind medicine if necessary and that excise lifestyle all the things that require work which in today's age we know people would draw that just hit the campus i think like very poor attention are especially the american died who in processed foods nam nam sugars any form or shape and sometimes heated sugars like i have patients drinking soda it in thing with zero calories thinking that that they also hitting sugar is light that's lots of sugars in there and that stuff that's bag now stooping noone texassized because you know 100 years ago not everybody had a car and they were doing a lot of looking guard darian gone other you know physical work so now we we we move less we eat more we get addicted by that addictive diet in a force going to have more symptoms because of a natural processes i cannot say it's a disease even though salaam test that the natural process that's really what's happening right to present hang with hormones and other things than we do use it know if the symptoms are very uniform ounce i'm not totally oppposed weighed on your way as i know it's for you you're absolutely right there to arndale would we are noticing now in our practices as kinda colleges were lending more towards getting away from the pharmaceuticals as.
"caroline" Discussed on Dr. Caroline Leaf
"Jet and under does were can help but we need the if you can talk to use it something as well you know when we think about menopause we fake about a woman's menstrual cycle that has ceased for at least twelve months so if a woman in past a certain age has not had a mental cycle for twelve less meant to be in a pause in what happens during that time is the levels of estrogen in her body is minimal and so now we do it when that happens symptoms at occur during that time interestingly enough you can have symptoms that mimic menopause during the pearman apostle years not quite reached menopause you still may have a cycle of two during the year yet so that's what we call pure menopause insults some of those symptoms can start to began in gaza the year going as long as year until you stop having periods officially for full year the symptoms that i am describing recall vasile motor symptoms which means that hot flashes most women though private summers where you are sitting in all of a sudden there's a power station race in a heartbeat hot flashes in you know brain fog and all that stuff at halfmast week nights sweat skin happened during that time and so it's a time a season and a woman's life wears she's physically change she's not able to become pregnant on her own who tilling two years of over so psychologically emotionally takes a different it's it takes this toll one woman defer fronting nina pool was insulting bitch is normal flow in its unless like woman shields edna with most likely been conditioned society today's set off this grading this terrible thing me montigny critical tolerable men's life agassi it's a good thing so the definitely need help in terms of how to manage this well in this i get so much that i off off act title people main city as you know with the statin diet and exercise and just seeing a positive attitude because if you optimistic about how you functioning eager to infants reportedly health and safety helped.
"caroline" Discussed on Dr. Caroline Leaf
"In the studio with me today i have the renowned the two linian two incredible doctors to incredible frame thank you so much for being here and we're gonna talk about menopause end thursday with this quickly tell us who you are the two official what hack deal i'm aaron all stand german endocrinologist and i had a previous internal medicine training and i do see mostly outpatient um endocrine issues like menopause by raid cereal ecos it i enjoy working with yoga yonja i'm lilley lockett roberson i am the boardcertified obstetrician and gynecologist was in private practice for about twenty two years in and now i work as a in employed obstetrician at saint joseph's medical center in tacoma washington view and uh so my experience has been working for women with women from wound to to patrick other thing you save his such a good fit in such an inspiration by sippy a way that you really see you to the biggest thing that i think is amazing a bucked the fossil denied this effect that you really connect with who patients and you see the importance of this in mind involvement being the huge compunded did not just a little component being the app to seventy five to ninety percent of the tuning so we thank god forbid a semi thank god for doctors in this signs that you bring that the summit should the component to two today i want you to all of us the stuff itunes nina post it's toolbox i get seventy chretien's albena opposing i can tell you from my perspective.
"caroline" Discussed on Dr. Caroline Leaf
"Force because you no longer have a pain generator so batteries were me good that's fit that's been done it to the pay the thing is been a move citizens mason knocked off mind in medicine but it's not trained in medicine sufficiently is it to a week you gain de skills early from to use mind gums obviously with with the your your your books the immense one of the ways that we met her that's what it you know in terms of switching off route four years ago tension gus exactly and i was so impressed with the one of the lectures at you had in your ministry and i said i'm telling you are spot on and i just illustrated that as a nurse surgeon your science was solid your neuroscience was solid your new will physiology was solid him i just wanted to make that comment and just to kind of uh you know just to let you know how impressed i was on that list when you're speaking you're not making this up this is everything you've done is based on solid research in solid neuroscience and so i just wanted to recognize up ally on sizing the book could you being that's us that makes me gives me the encouragement to carry on and to keep on the you you you get your hands in the brain every day in in the spine to eat nine this stuff it's just a good for the list is too he added science and scientists are recognising deported month the monthly connection how much power we have a variety of naas the book you referring to switch book has really been something that consistently but project of my heart on his he something that mr trump help to recognize and understand bring conflict signs down to the level of we we can take this into our nauseam plus sir it's i love it too i even the added some vet brushed nickel to thank you for adding much to my knowledge is you've talked through the full for living and i need with so much what it took but avery these that the tv i want to talk about tv we get so many questions about twenty brain injury and quite lapatin ct post concussions sitra emphasize promoted in sports the region has to do another we gonna have to do another podcast.
"caroline" Discussed on Dr. Caroline Leaf
"Khan something we think in the right way we'll have good outcomes and we won't have the fighter flight syndrome which is basically when i get your scared that you have this huge swarm of increase cortisol on all these other chemicals that can be good for short periods if not foot not long periods and can cause major problems including things like autoimmune disorders cancer and so forth there have been many studies naturally studied by the in each by dr bauer who also looked at this and saw that there was increased a killer tcells tcells natural killer cells which are part of the immune system and so increase cells are good when they're good thoughts and they're bad in the back of obstructive when you have adt thought six b now that's a nice optimism is the quonsett to platinum sales teach on him he's inc of and optimism luckiest new creating a loving environment in such a bloody by the way the to mind is wicked un speak a little bit of a exa that it's something you aidid was sure very fascinated end so it basically unites the think about in first john talks about love and what his love the show and how you have to have god has to be inadequate asian in so when you have human that equation you know who you are and how much he loves you than that affect on your body physiologically is paramount in that's how we can get rid of the cancers autoimmune disorders and all the other issues which is incapable because the date lease the all kinds you be showing exnazi seemed to kansas coming from the mind nestle the sahara mind is driving to the sequence the opposite of the face in both while the all buddy we continue out of love and our and let us the took predictions such eksi quite fascinating to see such a strong its relation between these the use of new research a bank do you see it will patients sucking you meet in a initial kaneko m but play mentioning time that you look at them before surging honestthinking person do you see a mind.
"caroline" Discussed on Dr. Caroline Leaf
"Alcott as he patients so iso in than there's another study looking at the optimism and so with the in the nih couple of and i urge that he's actually looking at optimism in the results of having a a good attitude and in so in those studies we've they found that a for people who are going through major stressors in life that if they had a good attitude the would recovery was veteran oftentimes even cancer patients patients who had fertility issues cardiovascular issues hearkens shoes the patients who were more optimistic did much better in outcome than the ones who were at lots powerfully hit two states that for this as a need additional needs peak these nature lifethreatening diseases to noonan at the citrus on fertility telling the guy has a children in the jeffey that this isn't mine driven this is if you shift to mindset from at and negative took positive this is not just positive thinking is not just good at the nation's this is real transformational change in your mind that competing influences in euro physiological body ps you for either sergio for healing such shows afer the role that we play in our own physical heathen and maintenance of health we will construct through sugars limerick system it'll be a mic doors involved a map pair of cortex in other parts that are really important sacrifice excited covering fat inside that mine and so when we are motions from the vote coming from frontal lobe and then obviously your mind to separate them brain but our mind makes the decision about the situation had that affects our frontal lobe matt affects our fell mus in parts of the brain in the foulness will dictate what happens in accra logically as well as in terms were automatic system sore pierce that ex so long story short is is that when we think.
"caroline" Discussed on Dr. Caroline Leaf
"Date crew neurosurgery lakes and the new research than the and then the metal caused wisconsin in milwaukee for my conflicts fine kosher which is where i learned a lot about spine pathology in kind of biomechanics in science spine moves who so really neat so that i took that to a practice in virginia in an ultimately my current practice in in michigan and i was employ for a year and then i bought the practice in two thousand three inside employed in might private practice and i have a staff of eleven people i have a three physician assistance and i have to medical assistance in a billing staff and so it's a it's it's a very busy place twenty acting scenes at a critical rapport going on within that's country that you take up a little patience elections laws expert grid for their patience and so with my patient so i since i do of you a lot of spine surgery and then also brain surgery on i pray for my patients as a christian at home and a one day some years ago more than buck 10 years ago god said if if you don't i acknowledge he before man i wanna know what you before the flour and that was very sobering yelling such hartmann said okay well i'm going to pray with my patients in so i am asif patients if i could pre with them in ninety nine percent of the time they said yes emma hire a fainted flat yes i seen you do that presurgery got on is the change in these faces to know the care that loving it it's amazing makes a difference.
"caroline" Discussed on Dr. Caroline Leaf
"To literally shaped your life you can do this i've seen this with my research and i'm cody studing research i've seen this with patients we have hundreds of thousands of people around the world we have changed the lives with the minds it's with your mind that you really do change your brain andrew life so how do you using faced in yourself creating a laugh saw that promotes healthy brain healthy body healthy feelings how do you go beyond just being a way of calming down and acknowledging of feelings and thoughts importantly sensations in the present moment which is what mindfulness teaches how do you go beyond that to making sustainable longlasting meaningful changes in your life how how are you going to really make those changes that if if faked may have a positive effect in new school your worked your life everything about you that it's that is meaningful meaningful very important sustainable very important so it's easy to say you want to take care of yourself that how do you take care of your mind at an if you've ever thought about this how do you take care of the mind which actually takes care of everything else so if you not taken care of your mind everything else is going to go crazy so you might be on that dot excise regime but if your mind was not under control you're not taking care of your mind is not going to work for you you might have a fantastic relationship goals but if you're minded not taken care of your mind those in aachen of pan out like you hoping so the answer is not simple the ons is not something that dot fed or some magic number with some instagram account with a million follows we all have got significant resources at our fingertips weird our minds are incredibly powerful the ons onces lie in how we use our mind that's where the power is we can use our thoughts to improve our overall intellect this is phenomenal our cognitive performance on mental and physical wellbeing geese you can do this with your mind harnessing these natural resources remind snitch resource we'll give you power over the present deep and context too.
"caroline" Discussed on Dr. Caroline Leaf
"Constantly improve so basically what my research has been showing is that as we use our mind in at the liberty and intentional way we can divert a very useful meaningful memories and live lives that are fooled with meaning and success which is what we supposed to be doing so this series of pod causes going to work through a whole lot of different topics related to this we're going to cover things from anxiety to depression to just how to deal with the political situation how to deal with the what does indeed these so many topics that we can cover which we will be covering i'll be brings experts in a head a team of a panel of incredibly brilliant doctors that are very very good friends of mine different kinds of specialists that will be coming on the show with me talking about the areas of expertise will cover topics of the day i also want to answer questions so seemed in your questions if you if the particular areas that you would like me to dive into and give a mind brain perspective on the peace industry emails sinister christians fight email social media would it we this is a platform for me to share with you this is a pack former community pat for me we can learn from each other we are was to my expertise with you and your guide me with your questions so just take a little bit deepen give you a little bit more of an overview of and a little bit more of an indepth overview of what you'll be covering these podcast i've written many books and i'm going to cover load of the content in these books about thinking each self smart switch on your brain the perfectly you think we succeed lots of different books in these different books and be good at cover these so many interesting topics.
"caroline" Discussed on Dr. Caroline Leaf
"Hi i'm dr caroline beef and i am so excited to tell you back my new podcast series this is going to be an amazing series helping you understand the mind brain connection let me tell you why i'm so passionate about the mind bring connection i'm a communication pathologist and cognitive neuroscientist by profession which means that i work with people people's minds and brains saleh could people who have issues was communication for maybe some kind of brain tumor or dementia learning disability autism we motion issue all kinds of issues that cause problems in communications in the extract that back to what's going on in the mind and the brain and trying to help people fix it so for 25 years i've practiced to nicky helping people to understand the mind for in connection to deliberately learning how to use their mind to change the brain so in the 80s i was doing research on your test a city which has the ability of the mind to change the brain and i was one of very few scientists at that stage that were working in this area because we were we still believe well it the science at that stage still we believe be that the mind could not change the brain that the brain could not change and under any by them but 90s that it was accepted that there was a definite mondrian connection with a mind change the brain and so on two as that's developed as research develops in time has gone on we balloons vote of new different things about this and this has been my field for all these years and the results that i saw in my practice and just in general with people has been absolutely profound with myself with modern family just when you deliberately and intentionally learn how to use remind you can change your brain and i'm so passionate about this that i have done research on this and of showing that when you use your mind you have a correctly to change your brain this can improve you'll you'll functioning on a cognitive academic behavioral emotional social label by seventy five percent and and higher which is quite phenomenal you really are able to change the way that you function on so many different levels i also showed my research that you intelligence is not something it's fix the something it can.