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"depression suicidal" Discussed on The Highwire with Del Bigtree

The Highwire with Del Bigtree

08:45 min | Last month

"depression suicidal" Discussed on The Highwire with Del Bigtree

"Just as what's happening with the masks as this week. Cdc reverses indoor mass policy saying of course fully vaccinated people and kids should wear them indoors. That's it the centers for disease control prevention recommended tuesday that fully vaccinated. People begin wearing masks indoors again in places with high kobe. Nineteen transmission rates. The agency is also recommended. Kids where mask in schools this ball. Cdc recommends mass for all k twelve students even those who have been vaccinated. Oh my god folks. it's groundhog day. We're going in. Can you believe this. One of my favorite doctors in the world has been outspoken. He probably is pissed off. As i am right now dr. Jeffrey barky wrote a great article. This was the headline right here. Masking children's about power and control not science instead of reading it. I am honored and it's my pleasure to be joined right now by dr jeffrey barking. Do you believe this. What is going on dell. Thanks so much for having me on. I don't know what's going on. It's the craziest thing. It's a twilight zone movie. It's we're living in the babylon be. I don't know what's going on. It's so upsetting in alabama. I think were looking at. What do we have we pull it up. All right go ahead. We'll find it go ahead. It's crazy listen i've got. I've got patients that have come in and told me that if their school mandates masks they will be pulling their kids out of government schools caitlin. Who's a big fan of yours and a patient of mine has three kids under no circumstances. Is she masking her kids in sending them to school. Here's the problem dell. None of these unelected bureaucrats ever ask the question at what cost what are the consequences of the mandates. What are the consequences of these edicts. They never asked that question. We know that children are not harmed from cova. Did but we also know that. Children are harmed often severely from masks. Listen we've had a year now to look at this increase level of anxiety increased level of depression suicidal idealisation learning disorders etc. I mean you know couple three weeks ago. These moms at a florida took masks off their kids after wearing them for a few hours in sent him to a local lab. Yeah and they discovered all kinds of pathogenic disease causing organisms inside their masks and then there was a study at of jama pediatrics that looked at carbon dioxide as a result of just a few minutes of mass working in children now of course the woke journal journal of the american medical association got so much pressure they ultimately pulled that article but the facts are the facts masks harm. Children cova does not harm children. Why are we doing this. I don't understand. Under no circumstances should apparent allow their child to be forced mast in order to attend a school in my opinion the force mandates of masking children is equivalent to child abuse it harms and offers no benefit in. We should not be doing. It's a total destruction of their will in this really thick things that i've heard where teachers will as for being a good student. We'll give you five minutes without your mask. I mean it's being used like they're like rats being trained to walk through a maze and and we'll take the torture device off you. If you do what we say. I mean it's really shocking. But here's what. I here's what i can't believe america's accepting in this and and how we're not just standing in the streets right now shoulder to shoulder. I mean the idea that it is clear. Our administration is taking us right back down the tunnel. We're going into mass which is going to lead the lockdowns and all the rest of it. The vaccines that total failure. So i don't know what the end of that road is but all of this now at this point after year. Where is the science. I mean a. We really gonna do this again. Based on just their opinion of it they're not going to stand there and say this study shows us this. This study backs up that study. We have multiple studies that we've done. We really did testing through all of this while we were torturing you we were doing really robust studies to show you how effective vaccines are at stopping the virus. Which if they were affected. Why are we here. I mean honestly if they worked at all why are we even here lockdowns work. Why can't we stop this virus. Clearly we've proven we can't hide from clear. We've proven that. The mass on working yet suicide skyrocketing our children other diseases are as v and things like that spreading rampantly throw. Children are children are now sick from illnesses. They normally don't catch why because they're just living in a petri dish all day long. But where's the science jeopardy owego and accept an administration that's gonna keep telling us we really don't know a lot about it but this is what our gut tells us. We should do yet. You know dell unfortunately the cdc has turned into a political organization not a science organization. Our founders warned of this thomas. Jefferson said two hundred forty plus years ago there is no justification for taking away individuals freedom in the guise of public safety. And that's exactly what is happening hero. They're taking away our freedoms under this umbrella of safety and it's ridiculous in the problem is it's one thing if you presented the science to the american people i think people would be willing to abide by recommendations based on solid science. They aren't presenting science in fact doing this the opposite. They're being hypocritical. they're changing their minds. You hear dr One day say one thing and the next day say another i they tell us that vaccines work and therefore you don't need to wear a mask now they're telling us that despite being vaccinated you needed wear a mask you know. There's a study out of israel that looked at these new delta variants in hospitalizations with something like sixty percent of all hospitalizations in israel are a result of vaccinated people getting the delta variant. And i you know. It's hard for me to believe that similar. Statistics aren't true here in the united states. Quite frankly we can't believe the statistics anymore. Nobody's sharing on the mainstream media. The various data that is just blowing up with relationships to injury and deaths and so forth. Nobody literally no mainstream. Media is sharing the data from a website that is run by the fda in the cdc. Listen i'm not. I'm not anti vaccine anti mask. Necessarily i want the information presented to the people so they can make an informed decision. Unfortunately that's not happening. If you want to go get back st- go get vacs but don't blame me if i don't wanna get vaccinated and don't put government pressure on people to step up with an investigational vaccine with a very short safety record using brand new technology that we've never used before and now they're coming after our children which makes absolutely no sense at all you know looked at the cdc data yesterday. And if you look at the number of deaths in children less than eighteen years old that's basically k. Through twelve okay. It's at three hundred thirty six and almost all of those kids that died had significant underlying health conditions. Now just for fun to your audience. Google number of traffic deaths in children number of drownings in children it far exceeds any risk of cova. But we're not going crazy over that so the idea that we should vaccinate a child against an illness that they're not even at risk from with a brand new vaccine with untested technology with no long term. Safety data makes absolutely no sense at all the other problem when you go about vaccinating a a child is you take away. Their option of getting natural long-lasting a robust broad spectrum immunity. You know when. I was a kid dell i got chickenpox the real disease in the reason why i got it is my mom walked my brother and i down the street to a neighbor who had chicken pox stayed home from school for ten.

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"depression suicidal" Discussed on The Highwire with Del Bigtree

The Highwire with Del Bigtree

09:36 min | Last month

"depression suicidal" Discussed on The Highwire with Del Bigtree

"Does nothing boom when we're in the end zone. We just one virus wins the whole game so all the way back then. We told you that the problem with the vaccine would be that was specific antibodies. It would not recognize the variants that the vaccine was creating. And what do we have we now have the delta variant and what's happening the vaccinated. Their bodies are not recognizing delta verion. Jeffrey already showed you all the studies of those nonspecific antibodies. The natural immunity is not only lasting long the antibodies. They can fight any form. Delta gamma lambda. it doesn't matter. It's perfect immunity. It's working brilliantly but the vaccine does not see it. We told you this over the last year. I have proved that now. I want to watch you. Have you watched the head of the cdc that dr. We've been bowing down to this institution. That is supposed to be have their foot on the gas and understand where they're going driving us all somewhere. Take his home. I hope that's who he trusted. Listen to what she just said this week. I want you under the context of what we've been telling you. We know with the white house saying that people like the high wire and delbene tree are lying and we need to be shut down. Listen to what she admitted just yesterday or the day before. This is going to blow your mind. Check it out. Here's the new science that we saw just in the last several days with prior variants when people had these rare breakthrough infections. We didn't see the capacity of them to spread the virus to others but with the delta variant we now see in our outbreak investigations. That have been occurring over the last couple of weeks in those outbreak investigations. We have been seeing that. If you happen to have one of those breakthrough infections that you can actually now pass it to somebody else. We thought that was really important for people to know and understand because when people are out there vaccinated thinking that even if they get mild illness. They can't give it to someone else if they're then going to a loved one whose immuno-compromised who isn't yet vaccinated or couldn't be vaccinated. We wanted them to take the protection to protect others So that was the new science that prompted the guidance and You know it was not It will it weighed heavily. I know that this is not a message. America wants to hear. The reason i was asking is because just yesterday you also put out the. Cdc did a new science brief which contained this sentence. These findings along with the early evidence reduce viral load and vaccinated people who develop cova nineteen suggests that any associated transmission risk is likely to be substantially reduced in vaccinated people. So even though that brief came out just yesterday you're saying that's no longer operative. It's no longer operative because the new science. The new science has brand new today. That the high wires somehow had a magic like time. Capsule got ahead of us on this but for us. It's brand new. Do you see how shocking this is. I mean i'll admit. I get attacked by the new york times washington. Cnn and everybody else say. He's only a journalist. he's not a medical doctor. He's not a specialist that's true that's absolutely true. You're right all. I am is a journalist. All i know how to do is interview scientists and doctors and then i go step further than most of you at cnn. Where they show me that science. Because i read it. Let me read it jeffrey. Get over here. Let's let's let's read through this and then we're showing you what we were reading with. Our is that goes to our brains then helps us make decisions and we've been bringing that to you and we've been right the whole time this you know and and really i feel bad for every idiot watching cnn still or msnbc frankly fox for that matter because for you this is brand new science just breaking. We're just oh my god it's like watching the nfl's isn't it like awed by the sun all by fire. And i'm like what is that ladies created a wait a minute. We should try cooking over it. I mean these are the people that are running. The health departments in the world shocked all by the fire. Well we weren't shocked. In fact all you needed was high school understanding of immunology to have been ahead of all of these clowns that are making decisions and driving us to our doom. And what are we at now. These same clowns that are in shock and awe over. What any person should have known from a high school science class. Now they're going to force vaccinate. I mean force mask work towards vaccination take away all of our rights. This is what's happening with the masks as of this week. Cdc reverses indoor mass policy saying of course fully vaccinated people and kids should wear them indoors. That's it the centers for disease control prevention recommended tuesday that fully vaccinated. People begin wearing masks indoors again in places with high kobe. Nineteen transmission rates. The agency is also recommended. Kids wear masks in schools this ball. Cdc recommends mass for all k twelve students even those who have been vaccinated. All my god folks. It's groundhog day. We're going back in. Can you believe this. One of my favorite doctors in the world has been outspoken. He probably has pissed off as i am. Right now Dr jeffrey barky wrote a great article. This was the headline right here. Masking chiller is about power and control not science instead of reading it. I am honored and it's my pleasure to be joined right now by dr jeffrey barky dude. You believe this. What is going on dell. Thanks so much for having me on. I don't know what's going on. It's the craziest thing. It's a twilight zone movie. It's we're living in the babylon be. I don't know what's going on. It's so upsetting in alabama lobby headline hold on. I think we were looking at. What do we have. It pulled up all right go ahead. We'll find it go ahead. it's crazy. Listen i've got. I've got patients that have come in and told me that if their school mandates masks they will be pulling their kids out of government schools caitlin. Who's a big fan of yours. In a patient of mine has three kids under no circumstances. Is she masking her kids in sending them to school. Here's the problem dell. None of these unelected bureaucrats ever ask the question at what cost what are the consequences of the mandates. What are the consequences of these edicts. They never asked that question. We know that children are not harmed from cova but we also know that children are harmed often severely from masks. Listen we've had a year now to look at this. Increased level of anxiety increased level of depression suicidal idea learning disorders etc. I mean you know couple three weeks ago. These moms at a florida took masks off their kids after wearing them for a few hours and sent him to a local lab. Yeah and they discovered all kinds of pathogenic disease causing organisms inside their mask and then there was a study at of jama pediatrics that looked at carbon dioxide as a result of just a few minutes of mass working in children now of course the woke journal journal of the american medical association got so much pressure they ultimately pulled that article but the facts are the facts masks harm. Children cova does not harm children. Why are we doing this. I don't understand. Under no circumstances should apparent allow their child to be forced massed in order to attend a school in my opinion the force mandates of masking children is equivalent to child abuse. It harms them and offers no benefit. And we should not be doing it. It's a total destruction of their will in this really sick things that i've heard where teachers will as for being a good student. We'll give you five minutes without your mask. I mean it's being used like rats being trained to walk through a maze and we'll take the torture device off you. If you do what we say. I mean it's really shocking. But here's what. I here's what i can't believe america's accepting in this and and how we're not just standing in the streets right now shoulder to shoulder off the idea that is clear. Our administration is taking us right back down the tunnel. We're going into mass. Which is going lead the lockdowns and all the rest of it. The vaccines a total failure. So i don't know what the end of that road is but all of this now at this point after year. Where is the science. I mean we really going to do this again. Based on just their opinion of it they're not going to stand there and say this study shows us this this study backstop that study. We have multiple studies that we've done. We really did testing through all of this while we were torturing you we were doing really robust studies to show you how effective vaccines are at stopping the virus. Which if they were affected. Why are we here honestly. If they worked at all why are we even here. Lockdowns work. why can't we stop this virus. Clearly we've proven we can't hide from clear. We've proven the mass. On working yet suicide skyrocketing in our children other diseases. Rsv and things like that spreading rampantly throw. Children are children are now sick from illnesses. They normally don't catch why because they're just living in a petri dish all day long. But where's the science jeopardy. Are we going to accept the then administration..

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"depression suicidal" Discussed on The Shamans Cave

The Shamans Cave

05:30 min | 3 months ago

"depression suicidal" Discussed on The Shamans Cave

"And so. we're just looping back. We're not you know now. They're looking for what we don't have the statistical study. Yeah but but this has been been used for tens of thousands six years. -til successfully what they need on paper. That ten thousand years doesn't tell you i get so confused exactly. It's it's an interesting thing. Because i was thinking as he was talking because he was going through all the Says art our is stuff. And i'm thinking like oh because they wanna be on the lithium. And i was like no no no. We're not doing that. And so like what about what about us. It's the case studies. What about the people who are thirty years took a different path. Who aren't needing those kinds of medications or having those bouts of depression anxiety. I mean aren't we. Maybe maybe we need to do a study. A different way that that's an unknown thing to like to do it reverse. Yeah you know. I think I've been clear on our show with you rene in with the public and all night books and everything that most of my life most of my teenage life in adult life has been focused on suicide and I made a really clear decision. Not to go for therapy. Because even though i wish xiang i knew it was a spiritual issue i knew it was spiritual issue and although i took a hard path because might depression suicidal tendencies. Didn't go away for twenty years or so and with the magic pill might have It it it is. What brought me on my path. I knew exactly what i needed. I needed to be on a spiritual path. I knew i had a spiritual illness. I knew even as a kid that was the spiritual illness and i was just so desperate reading. Every you know the mustard seed in the seventies. While i lived in aid ashbury i was just looking for spiritual information spiritual insight spiritual ideas to help me move forward but it was shamanism. Was my power. Animal taking nate. Every step nextstep nextstep nextstep. Until i walked out of my suicidal depression. I've talked about the unknown. We should do a show on spiritual illnesses. I don't think we've ever we've ever covered that particular. Seems to be up for a lot of people at the moment. Yeah yeah definitely 'cause some I'm going to be talking about that on some summits coming up because we with the co bid when the kobe came in all of a sudden <hes> because people couldn't meet <hes> personally <hes> works ups and were when to Giving people more szymanski tools which was perfect because people have been coming into healing salona killing workshop staring on prepared zo. This has been a great year to give people a really good foundation of what shamanism is before we start teaching that and and in the summits that are coming up. I'll be talking about. It's time for all of us who have been teaching these other skills to get out there and start teaching classics monty. Keeling again awesome. I guess we've been all all over the board places today. So that's okay. We like that and we are going to start next week. A series on the elements which we did in year one. But we haven't touched it again. And i'm sure that we're both different than we were in year. One speaking of unknown. And we've been to a whole new gap in the world so a stay with us for that and then you can follow us over at shamans. Tv dot com or over. Join us over at our facebook page in. You know we're always loved topics so if you have some topics please send them over as well and sanford you of something to say. Finish up with. I just wanted to say that. We're getting such beautiful feedback from people and thank you for subscribing to rush show renee in. I really love doing this together. It's not work taking a sabbatical For a few months. But i'm not taking a sabbatical from the show. 'cause it's not worked for me. It's we're we're having fun together. Rene and i have been together. And i hope that you get an occasional laugh from us to hopefully can some inside trump also so blessings everyone and thank you for thank you everyone.

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"depression suicidal" Discussed on Life Will Be the Death of Me with Chelsea Handler

Life Will Be the Death of Me with Chelsea Handler

05:58 min | 3 months ago

"depression suicidal" Discussed on Life Will Be the Death of Me with Chelsea Handler

"So that's been a very interesting recent inside for me but if you look at the literature of pain management treatment of addictions treatment of severe anxiety depression suicidal idea. Ptsd all the evidence is coming up. Right now yeah. I've read a lot of that stuff. And i read michael pollen's book and i. Yeah i go to this conference. Annually called the wisdom two point. Oh conference where. There's a lot of neuroscientist doctors therapists psychiatrists of that sort talking about the benefits and there was some crazy statistic about something like seventy eight percent of people suffer from ptsd after taking micro doses guided lsd. Stay that like seventy five percent of them. After one year were cured of their. Ptsd one of the research is on veterans and you know people who are suffered because of the trauma war..

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"depression suicidal" Discussed on Making the Turnaround Podcast

Making the Turnaround Podcast

07:34 min | 11 months ago

"depression suicidal" Discussed on Making the Turnaround Podcast

"Pour out my spirit in those days. But this great end time outpouring can only come through prayer and fasting Joel 114 says consecrate a fast call a sacred assembly gas elders and all the inhabitants of the land into the house of the Lord your God and cry out to the Lord. I could go on and on and talk about Jonah and how he proclaimed to the city of Nineveh too fast be delivered there since or the Israelites or Daniel Elijah Moses, the Apostle Paul. The list goes on if you have not fasted I can assure you that God has a wonderful gift to give you through this Christian discipline. You know earlier when I started episode I read the verse out of Matthew God rewards you when you fast there. I have fasted dozens of times throughout my Christian faith journey, and there's not one time that God has never rewarded me not one time and I'm not saying God rewards materially. Sometimes he does but most often. It's actually God will speak to you. You will hear from God. God will speak to your heart in ways that are so powerful and so real it builds your relationship with him. You really get to know him and trust him. And it is an incredible life when you learn the discipline of fasting it more radically change your Christian walk. It's amazing. It's incredible. And if you had done it, you've got to try it. So do you need deliverance from depression? I know I did when I went through a season of it and I would still be pressed today had I not fasted and prayed through it the Apostle James taught that if you humble yourself before the Lord, he will exalt you that James Wharton so that's something to think about when you fast you humble yourself before God you say I can't but you can God I can do nothing with my depression my negative thinking or even if you're struggling with suicidal thoughts you give all of that to God you say I can't get rid of this. How do I do it God I can't but you can and that off. Blame yourself before God and it's incredible. When you do that. He will exalt you. He will set you free. He will give you Victory. When you acknowledge Him over everything in your life over your thoughts over depression over your feelings over your emotions. You give it all to God and you humble yourself. He's going to reward you. He's going to help you. He's he's going to deliver you and your life can be forever changed. The fourth reason too fast is to discover God's guidance in important decisions. We all have times when we need a special answer from God in the book of Acts Paul and Barnabas needed guidance from the Lord about their next steps in Ministry. Acts 13:2 says while they were worshipping the Lord and fasting the holy spirit said set apart for me Barnabas and Saul for the work to which I have called them then following the Lord's call for their Ministry Paul and Barnabas appointed Elders for them in each church again through prayer and fasting committing them to them and whom they had put their trust that's acts fourteen twenty-three. There are so many reasons why Christians should be fasting the Apostle Luke even gives an account page eighty four year old woman the prophetess Anna who fasted and prayed giving thanks to God Loop 237 says and then as a widow until she was 84, she did not depart from the temple worshipping with fasting and prayer night and day fasting is for every Christian at every age as a holy spirit leads us back. The fast we should fulfill that leading with joy and excitement about the call too fast because Jesus himself expects that from us there is power wash rinse and victory and fasting and praying the Lord knows this and that is why he is called all of us as Christians too fast. Now, you may be wondering how long do you fast? And what type of fast would be best? Well, the Bible gives us multiple fast to choose from to make this super easy. I have attached a PDF guide to fasting in the free resource section at making the turn around. Com. You can click on the guide and download it. It's about twenty-five pages and it gives you many Bible references to all the different types of fast, and it also gives like a diet plan of before the fast, you know cutting things back liquids to drink. Think and it's an incredible guide a very powerful guide Bill bright the founder of the campus Crusade for Christ actually created this guide and I have found personally feel that it is one of the best fasting and praying guides ever written and I have many books on fasting and I've done a lot of research on it and I would hands-down say that the guide that he has regained is the best. So all the credit goes to him in the compiling of all the most important information on how and when and why to fast there are so many biblical references. I'm not even talking about in this episode just so much Freedom so much Deliverance waiting at your fingertips, you must download this PDF. He even has Diet guides diet samples time frames of when and what to eat everything just so much good stuff. But as with anything that could affect your body, it's always wise to let your dog. Know your intentions, especially if you are seeking a longer fast, so be careful when you do it, I'll get some advice from your medical doctor and then go for it as the spirit leads you off but I can't stress enough to you how important fasting and praying is for deliverance. It is truly life-changing. If you are sick and tired of being sick and tired then fasting wage would be your way to Freedom. It is not God's will for you to stay depressed. It's not Jesus came to give us life in life. Abundantly. He came to set the captives free just we're going to go through tough situations in life. But as Christians, we have to keep pressing on we have to keep moving through the seasons of life and fasting is the highway to get through challenging times. So if you have any questions about fasting, please reach out to me at making the turn off. I have fasted dozens of times. I can share my stories with you if that will help you but please reach out to me. I'm I'm here to help. All right, so I hope that you have enjoyed this episode. I pray you all have a blessed week and until next time the Lord bless you and keep you the Lord make his face shine upon you and be gracious to you the Lord lift up his countenance upon you.

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"depression suicidal" Discussed on Making the Turnaround Podcast

Making the Turnaround Podcast

04:29 min | 1 year ago

"depression suicidal" Discussed on Making the Turnaround Podcast

"During this type of period of darkness, the soul after it is pruned unnecessary and cumbersome attachments reveals the spiritual state of the inner man or inner woman. The state of the soul during this pruning season can fill raw aching creating diety. There's vulnerability in sometimes a person. Could, despair. One immediate relief from the darkness. Some souls who get to this point of despair sometimes convince themselves that suicide is the only relief the only way out. The promise you. That that is a lie from the pit of Hell. The Devil wants everyone to believe that escaping this world through suicide is okay. It's not okay and I want to mention that every suicide that is recorded in the Bible says nothing about the soul of the person going to heaven afterwards. To self murder in believe that one can still go to heaven is a dangerous risk. It's a dangerous theology. Of One Salvation in Christ only the Lord knows in these cases what happens to the soul who destroys himself or herself? It is a risk that the devil wants people to take remember the Bible says that the devil comes to kill, steal and destroy. He wants everyone dead he wants everyone depressed. Wants everyone miserable. He hates those who love God in especially those who have given their hearts to his son Jesus Christ he will try to attack you and I with depression at some point in our lives, and if you have not been through depression yet there may come a day some point in your life that you're going to walk through the Valley of the shadow of death. The enemy will attack you at some point in your life. He wants us all to give up. He wants to wear us down. When you get a chance read about the story of job he wanted to destroy job because of jobs commitment in relationship with God job was a righteous man..

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"depression suicidal" Discussed on Making the Turnaround Podcast

Making the Turnaround Podcast

05:40 min | 1 year ago

"depression suicidal" Discussed on Making the Turnaround Podcast

"Hey everyone this is part three of the healing series, the eclipse of the soul overcoming depression, suicidal thoughts, and hopelessness today. About their pruning process of depression in the blessings that can come from it. oftentimes, depression is just a symptom of something deeper taking place within a person within the mind body spirit and soul depression alerts us that something is going on within us, and if we address it the right way and surrender to it, which if you have missed part one and two in the..

"depression suicidal" Discussed on Making the Turnaround Podcast

Making the Turnaround Podcast

04:26 min | 1 year ago

"depression suicidal" Discussed on Making the Turnaround Podcast

"The binding of Isaac provides a prophetic picture of the provisions of the sacrifice made by the Lord Jesus, Christ Jesus becomes the lamb of God who John the Baptist prophetically proclaimed in John One twenty nine takes away the sins of the world. The Ram. That was caught in the thicket on Mount Maria in Genesis twenty two thirteen when Abraham was about to sacrifice Isaac was providential. He provided by God as the appropriate sacrifice instead of his son Isaac that Ram caught in the thicket resembles Jesus Christ because Jesus also had a crown of thorns around his head during his sacrificial death. John Nineteen two states, the soldiers twisted together a crown of thorns in put it on his head with Jesus being the final sacrifice on Mariah a little over two thousand years ago he became the true temple in the beginning and end of all sacrifice. No longer do we need someone like Abraham or an old testament priests to offer a sacrificial animal for the atonement of the people since? With Jesus resurrection in anointed place at the right hand of God in Heaven we now can go to him with our sins in be forgiven the beauty of it all is that not only can we go to him with our sins and find forgiveness, but we can also go to him in our sufferings in in the dark valleys we may experience while here on earth and we can find relief in him since Christ is our sacrificial lamb atoned for all. Of. Man's sins. We need no other sacrifice in this day in age therefore as Christians, we do not need a temple, we the body of Christ individually and corporately are the Temple of God. Now, the Lord says, in Second Corinthians six six, what agreement can exist between the Temple of God idols for we are the temple of the Living God. I, will live with them and walk among them and I will be their God and they will be my people. Jesus is death for us was the final blood sacrifice that that was required to fulfil the old covenant law, and because of his death, we are righteous through him Romans three twenty, two states, the righteousness of. Through faith in Jesus Christ for all who believe therefore what Christ desires from us is what King David proclaimed in Psalm fifty, one, sixteen through seventeen for you do not delight in sacrifice otherwise, I would give it. You are not pleased with burnt offering the sacrifices of God are a broken spirit and a contract heart Oh God you will not despise God does not despise a broken spirit. And depression can often come from having a broken spirit in my journey through the Valley of the shadow of death. My first revelation in that valley was the issue of surrender, which is a form of powerlessness in surrendering. I had to sacrifice areas of my life that needed sacrificing like Abraham I believed I was being tested in my faith. One day in my depression and despair I went to church to have some quiet time just to think and pray. It was on this particular day that I came across a CS Lewis book entitled the Great Divorce In the book there was a chapter that leaped out to me on this theme of surrender in sacrifice. It was the story of the man with a red lizard on his shoulder, but before I get into that..

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"depression suicidal" Discussed on Making the Turnaround Podcast

Making the Turnaround Podcast

05:05 min | 1 year ago

"depression suicidal" Discussed on Making the Turnaround Podcast

"It's wild thoughts. It's mysterious horrors and it's terrible depressions. The Lord has sustained us and kept US above all real fear of evil. Even when our spirit has been overwhelmed, we have been pressed and pressed but yet we have lived for we have felt the presence of the Great Shepherd and had been confident that his crook would prevent the fo from giving us any deadly wound. Should the present time be one darkened by the Raven Wings of great sorrow lettuce glorify God by a peaceful trust in him. Like spurgeon says the Great Shepherd's Crook will prevent IM-, protect us from deadly wounds from the affliction of depression and suicidal thoughts. There were struggle of all with depression is the fear of it lasting forever. That is why many people resort to suicide. Because they see no way out of the valley they believe the lies of Satan in that they will never get out because that's what he wants people to believe when they're in depression that they will never get out. But we can all get out in there is an escape. I love with the Prophet. Isaiah proclaims about God's Love when he appears absent even though he's not Isaiah fifty, four seven says for a brief moment I abandoned in you but with deep compassion, I will bring you back God as a great shepherd will bring you back to. If, you are willing to surrender to him completely. Powerlessness and surrender are the first steps to getting out of the Dark Valley and there is no greater power as a Christian that we have in the advocates that lives in us. The Holy. Spirit. With him. We can escape the death grip of despair. Some of the Lord's greatest servants walked through these same dark valleys to reach the heights of. Light in glory like Mother Teresa and Charles spurgeon. When I woke up on the morning of April Twenty six twenty fifteen. Yes. I still remember the date of what I thought was a death sentence. It was the start of my journey to a much greater placed in my relationship with the Lord what felt like a curse of death became what am I? Great EST blessings. is my hope in prayer that by sharing my story in some keys to healing from depression. Over a series of episodes you or someone you know can come out of the Valley of the shadow of death. It is possible to live feel in breathe with hope and excitement once again. Depression is only permanent if you believe it to be so and I can assure you that the devil wants you to think that there is no way out remember he is a liar. The Bible says that he comes to kill still in destroy, but with Christ depression does not have to be permanent it is a gateway to a better life. It can be the greatest blessing in disguise that can radically change your life for the better if you see it through God's lenses..

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"depression suicidal" Discussed on Making the Turnaround Podcast

Making the Turnaround Podcast

03:54 min | 1 year ago

"depression suicidal" Discussed on Making the Turnaround Podcast

"This is part one in the healing series overcoming depression, suicide thoughts and hopelessness. A few years ago I wrote a book entitled the Mount Mariah Experience Walking through the Valley of the shadow of death. It was my personal story of a bout of depression that lasted two years in my life. Before this experience with depression I had never experienced depression. It was a very dark period of my life that most people are not aware of. I felt led to do the series on making the turnaround for several reasons first off people who are depressed and suicidal often don't talk about it. That is why it's shocking when the news of someone who seemed to have been very happy and prosperous in life commit suicide it leaves the people left behind guessing in questioning what happened in that person's life and how they could have helped. I have learned through my experience that depression and suicide are close toxic friends that tried to isolate shame in discouraged the person that is afflicted by them. In these two talks, friends are causing and national epidemic right. Now, let's take a look at some current statistics on depression and suicide. Nearly a third of Americans right now said, they are experiencing symptoms of anxiety or depression. This survey was done between April and June of this year in twenty twenty. Nearly a third of Americans are experiencing symptoms of anxiety in depression thirty, three percent suicide rates are the highest. They have ever been just this past June the CDC reports that eleven percent of the adult population contemplated suicide. US Centers of Disease Control and preventions morbidity, and Mortality Weekly report that one in four young adults between the ages of eighteen in twenty four have contemplated suicide in the last six weeks friends. That is twenty five percent of our young adults. We're not just in a national pandemic from the physical disease of Covid nineteen but we are in a national epidemic for the highest rates of suicide our country has ever seen. In this episode in the episodes that will. In this healing series I. will share my personal story of depression and the remedies I discovered on my journey through the Valley of the shadow of death. I had a complete healing from this horrific eclipse of my soul what I call it. and. I. Feel led to share my story in hopes that if someone who is depressed or suicidal, here's my story that they know that there is a way out. There was a period of time when I was in the midst of my depression. I did not think there was a way out. I don't know if you've actually seen in actual clips of our son during your lifetime. It's really cool phenomenon and experiencing darkness at mid-day is undoubtedly a really unique experience. The temporary night.

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Jameela Jamil Has an Ambitious Goal: To Feel Things

The Hilarious World of Depression

09:16 min | 1 year ago

Jameela Jamil Has an Ambitious Goal: To Feel Things

"It's the hilarious world of depression. I'm John Mel on this episode person who has become famous in America rather quickly as a Sitcom star and an outspoken activist. The Sitcom has ended but the activism. Who It's just getting started. Hello my name is Jamila Djamil and I am at the Hilarious Weld Off. Depression and And what do you do for a living? I'm an actor and activist at a pain in the US. Three job titles multifaceted. Jamila Djamil was a TV and radio host or presenter in England for several years. Welcome to fish. Wrap up with me. I am here to deliver onto you all of the latest chart news and gossip in less time than it takes to make a couple of so last Sunday Cigna American audiences. I got to know her playing honey. Djamil the name-dropping high-society Londoner on the NBC. Moral Philosophy Sitcom the good place. But we've been through a lot swell you. I haven't been this upsets. My good friend Taylor was rude. Yep Stage in Konya was defending my best friend. Say Jamila grew up in London. Her parents emigrated from Pakistan and India says. Her family had a lot of mental health problems. Schizophrenia OCD bipolar depression suicidal. Ibm for Jamila. There was anxiety. There was depression and coming to grips with a lot of trauma. I wouldn't say who within my entire giant family unit because South Asian families huge. But there was an abusive background. Came From and A lot of bullying at home and at school That happened to us. Because we were Pakistani and My Dad is I think. Technically Indian We were South Asians living in a very racist time in Britain such as very tense existence to grow up in where people constantly hounding you with racial slurs calling you a monkey and not wanting to sit next to you at school and just a general night Great doesn't doesn't so no it was really bad. I'm amazed I made it out of my. I've made it our of my twenties even but I've had like a full nervous breakdown gone completely just totally lost it looking back on it now. It was pretty bleak. She had big time mental health issues but she says South Asian immigrant. Culture didn't talk about that kind of thing and neither did British culture. What was being talked about? Was the necessity for girls to be ridiculously skinny. And Jamila Developed Anorexia so I think is a combination the fact that I was growing up in the nineties and so- Heroin Chic could time the adults using non ironically. Where you to? In order to be beautiful you had to emulate the look of someone who does not eat and only Consumes heroin is also look a famine? That people were trying to achieve which is fucking insane considering that famine was and is still occurring in this world and millions and millions of people are suffering and dying from it and how much those people would love to be able to eat something Having their own physiques considered chic in this Bizarre and shallow industry. I was seeing people in my own country. Flights Pakistan and see 'em like skill lethal people on the side of the street begging for food. And then I would come here and see people starving themselves deliberately to emulate that look in order to fit into runway closed just so tiny so the look was just everywhere you were supposed to have jutting out hipbones and believe me. It was a badge of owner. It wasn't something that you hid. There was a long queue outside the girls along line outside the girl's bathroom. Everyone throwing up at lunch one. After the other. The other there was a girl. Easter bring her weighing scales in school and e on them. I remember without giving an interview saying she eats nude in order to stop us from overindulging. In Your Kate Moss talking about nothing tastes as good as thin. Feels well tacos. Pizza cake was their decision that you remember making A. I need to start eating way less. I need to start. Was that a conscious thing or do they just emerge suddenly it was a very very conscious scarring moment of my maths teacher wanting to teach us about graphs and pie charts and she weighed all of us to collect all of our weights as data to show a chart. The dumbest thing you've ever heard how I was. Eleven I was one of the tools guarding was the second oldest girl in the year and I was choppy. Because you gotta get like why toget- toll and also I was just. That was just my build at the time I was loving the curry and I had no self conscious about my body whatsoever. I loved having a tummy. I didn't know about thighs very innocent child. I wasn't remotely interested in the way that I look and That moment changed everything because I was the happiest girl in the class. I was ridiculed by the entire year I came home. My family founded shocking upsetting. I was the happiest girl year and I was immediately encouraged to diet and so I started my first I about eleven and it was. I was dieting. The way an eleven year old were diet which is with no understanding of any nutrition. I was living on somewhere between like two hundred three hundred calories. A day sometimes lasts which is insane because I was very tall and even by the time I hit five ten in my early teens. I was still consuming sometimes. Want two hundred calories a day a belly move passing out all the time didn't did stop menstruating and thought that I was winning. It never struck you as something wrong with us. No everyone was doing it. Everyone was doing everyone who's taking laxatives. Everyone's drinking teas that. I now rally against so hard There was slimfast cans all over our school. I want you know fell over. One on the steps steps passed out a tiny like fake chocolate bars instead of meals. It was just people were afraid of carbs and Pasta and everyone was on the Atkins Diet. So everyone's smell like metal and also it was just disgusting. It's terrible time and we were all on it so it didn't even feel like something. You really hit ego also at the time because of Hollywood there was this fucking Brag that I think kind of still exists of women pretending they eat so much just unnaturally thin. What a dumb witted Brag finding other mental illness conditions emerging with the eating disorder or. Were you just two out of even notice a depression or an anxiety? I wasn't even out of it. I was high on it like I was just sort of I was I was such a devoted anorexic and I was so it's so time consuming beyond our exit. The amount of time you spend learning new tricks trying new tricks hiding your food all of the all of the things that you have to do with so consuming. The I didn't even know that I had any kind of mental illness. I didn't think I had anorexia. I didn't think there was no. I didn't think there was anything wrong with me. The only thing I thought was wrong with me that I wasn't enough I was never thin enough. Do you understand what Anorexia was and just think it was something other people had. Yeah I used to be jealous. I thought Anorexia could only come in the form of of someone who weighs like three or four stone forty two to fifty six pounds and I would be envious if those people for being able to achieve that. I really didn't get it. But that's the problem is if you give this misinformation children. We don't have the whole picture. We do we also have this like youthful arrogance to us where we think our health will last forever. Our lives will go on forever will never be Will never face the side effects in. No one knows about osteoporosis. Kidney damage or liver damage all the IBS. All the different things that happened to people who mess around with their health my thyroid. My drains. Everything is exhausted. I mean I even now sorry twenty years after I started sobbing myself. That's what I was gonna ask because so often people think of it as. Oh anorexia is when you're not eating enough but it is a mental thing that even if you people can have anorexia yeah and and even if you find better eating habits later on the reasoning the processing of the idea of food is still always there. So many of told our weaponized food in our minds. So we're taught that like food. Is You know if you have a parent who beats you and then feel bad about it and then gives you a meal afterwards. You start to associate that meal with love or if your parents are. You're not supposed to eat then. Food becomes rebellion and food. Become self harm so we can. We can give food all these kind of different personalities and I think a lot of people lot more people realized then they realize even during the the guilt associated food and the coding and the words that we use around food of clean eating dirty foods. This is just this shame Sort of slipped in an envelope within all of these ways of discussing this thing that we need to give our body nutrition so it can function food fuel and I didn't know that until I hit thirty

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"depression suicidal" Discussed on On Point with Tom Ashbrook | Podcasts

On Point with Tom Ashbrook | Podcasts

02:33 min | 2 years ago

"depression suicidal" Discussed on On Point with Tom Ashbrook | Podcasts

"Incredible withdrawal, incredible pain, depression, suicidal thoughts, and the like you wrote this very much as a human story far away from the CDC far away from from DC far away from so-called experts. Well, that's because that's how it affects most people. Most people don't these big policies stores. The way that affects people's lives are are in personal and intimate and familiar ways. And those are the stories that I'm interested to understand to know is how are these big massive issues are happening in America. How's it affecting someone in the most personal and intimate fashions and with this story? I mean that was a conversation. Is this a store that's more of a policy for stories a store, that's a human story and what I tried to do. And what turned to do all my stories as he tried to marry these two things together trying to blend them together. So that that it becomes a narrative becomes a story. Don't to put down at the same time. You're able to learn so much about whatever the issue is. And you. Blend those two things together. Sometimes I think about the classic structure is that somebody just does the narrative, and then they go back to the policy. They do the narrative, and they go the policy and sometimes raiders just going to breach pass the policy to get back to the story. So you can just kind of put them all together in one cohesive narrative than he can get people through to the finish. I gotta say you're gorgeous writer United never spoken before. I have not really read your stuff before just mean, you'd never know that this. This was the point of this is as you titled the the peace unintended consequences. And yet it's really about a very human struggle there. I wanna talk to you about the struggle within another family. It's it's a piece about Cam Musser and his mother Kirstin and Cam. You know, Cam is withdrawing more and more into himself. And he's basically it's the story of a young Neo Nazi revealing his true self to his family. We have a reading there, and I'd like you to to share that with listeners. Okay. This moment is when the mother of Cam was for the first time looking up the the group that he had joined and what that meant and so begins with who is he becoming what was this group doing to him? Was it a cult? She couldn't put it off any longer. She had to know she reached for her phone she plugged in the name that for so long. She had tried to ignore. Traditionalist worker party said what Kapiti a- Neo Nazi white nationalist group said the southern poverty Law Center advocates for racially pure nations and communities and blames Jews for many.

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Social media linked to spike in mental health disorders in teens

Dr. Daliah

06:30 min | 2 years ago

Social media linked to spike in mental health disorders in teens

"They say social media is linked to a rise in mental health disorders in teenagers or young adults. Born after one thousand nine hundred five are experiencing more and more mental health issues. And they think it's because the social media now when you guys hear that you're like, okay, I've heard this. It's been beaten to death. All right, people on social media. They get depressed. Okay. What are you guys on social media? Are you guys on Facebook Twitter? Instagram. Certain. Red. It's. Certain sites. Rica comment on stuff, that's social media, social media. About Facebook Twitter. You guys are dating apps. You guys communicate with others through the internet. The kind of all counts. And do you notice? And it's okay to admit this that if you post something on the internet or on social media, or whatever and you get some likes. Are you get some attention? You feel good. Picture posted a picture. My lunch. They like the way my lunch looks the. Yeah. You feel a little good. People are noticing. If people are thinking about you mean, they don't some people just like like like a move on. Don't give it a second thought. But that's not what you think you think that oh, you know, they're really into their fan of yours. He felt like you have a fan. It's really it's really euphemistic, you know, where you feel like, you know, people really care about what you say or do. They don't think that because they like something on social media. Have you ever felt bad because you posted something and crickets, just nothing? Well. You're a little tougher because you're a grown up in your lack of social media stupid. I'm not gonna let a post that failed. You know, I'll go ahead and live about my day. It'd be fine. But not for these young adults because this is the world they're in. If they post something of social media, and it doesn't get likes. It's a bad day for some. This is the world there, and they don't know our world. Our world was if somebody gives you a phone call or if somebody gives you a look or a week. You know, you're like, I still got it. I'm good. They don't have. That's not their world. If somebody doesn't notice your social media post. It's it's it's a big deal. So the research published in the American psychological association found sharp increases in the number of young adults and adolescents who reported experiencing negative psychological symptoms, specifically those born in one thousand nine hundred or later. The greatest spike happened around two thousand eleven and that's when social media exploded. I mean, I got on Facebook two thousand nine with radio. But it really got big really big, you know, about a year or two later medical standpoint. I think it's because the lack of sleep. You know, our phones absorbs and then my phone will light up the whole room when somebody comments on my post. So my phone is always just somebody just commented on your Facebook post. So I'm starting to post less at night. So my phone does a blow up and wake me up. But your body picks up on that. And so you're not getting good sleep. Plus, it's hard to fall asleep. If you're on social media or on your phone before you go to bed. So. Older adults. They haven't seen such a rise in psychological symptoms. Symptoms, but they found an increase of major depression, suicidal, thoughts, psychological, distress and more attempted suicides after two thousand ten versus the mid-2000s. They see that increase was by far the largest in adolescence and young adults. These trends are weak or non-existent among adults twenty six years old and over suggested a generational shift in mood disorders instead of an overall increase across all ages. Why are young kids thinking about suicide? Well, is it because people on YouTube are teaching them? How to do it is because people on social media are telling them go coach yourself. G k y if you see a g k y on any of your kids phones. Somebody that you'd better call that other kids, mama. You better bring the rain that kid is on your kid to go kill themselves. And you're kidding me lesson. Dr twinge, gene twinge the author of the book, I gen and professor of psychology at San Diego State university. Analyze data from the national survey of drug use and health, which is a nationally Representative survey that looked at drug alcohol use mental health of health related issues. And it looked at a survey from two hundred thousand adults or adolescents aged twelve to seventeen little babies from two thousand five to two thousand seventeen and almost four thousand adults from eighteen over the age of two thousand eight and two thousand seventeen. Now, they didn't ask about specific diagnoses for depression, or bipolar, etc. But that's experience depressive symptoms and the rate of individuals reporting symptoms, like major depression in the past twelve months jumped. By fifty two percent. Adolescence and sixty three percent and young adults. Seventy one percent increase in yoga dolts experiencing serious, psychological distress. They say the radio on the dental suicidal thoughts or other suicide related outcomes increases staggering forty seven percent from two thousand eight two thousand seventeen. One reason for that increase could be the digital media use. They think it has a bigger impact on teens and young adults than older adults. And you know, a big question we have also is. I mean, are we Bruin a generation of weenies? Our kids

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"depression suicidal" Discussed on Dr. Drew Podcast

Dr. Drew Podcast

02:11 min | 3 years ago

"depression suicidal" Discussed on Dr. Drew Podcast

"One last topic i wanted to sort of skid pass was dialectical behavioral therapy dbt which is sort of another offshoot of the cognitive stuff that's for with four what it is is is a really a specialized form of i would say cognitive behavioral therapy of recognizing particularly thought patterns that you have and you know how to counter them in the moment often having more to do with identity issues and impulsivity issues because it's it's it's a specialized it's a specialized form of cbt for emotional regulation and that's really important for the population with borderline personality disorder that's that is most let me it's really used for anybody who has difficulty with emotional regulation and and helping call into other people's brains exist isn't that part of the dvd other people i mean yes that other people exist and and being able to when you're unregulated we'd be able to be aware of their emotion but not have to take it in being able to be separate because if you're borderline personality disorder you have difficulty with identity you have difficulty with knowing you know being clear on what your own sexual identity is and other facets of your identity but you're also very susceptible to other people's emotional states and so you've sort of porous identity you problems with impulsivity you have a problems with emotional regulation so very quick to anger very quick to feel intensely and feel terrible things intensely and so relationships tend to be really super turbulent everything is very turbulent and and a lot of struggle with depression suicidal thoughts and that obviously you can imagine suicidal thoughts and impulsively.

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"depression suicidal" Discussed on Suicide Buddies

Suicide Buddies

02:03 min | 3 years ago

"depression suicidal" Discussed on Suicide Buddies

"Oh folks it is a dark time david we are barely old enough boy yeah the depressed can already this week on really tired i'm tired again what about you i feel i feel ok see it on my face hey thanks for listening to suicide buddies i'm this was the tired cast oh yeah thank you listen to the tire cats where we're tired every week we talk about one person history who got tired talking about famous naps throughout his today maps nam nam naps yeah the suicide buddies we talk about suicide depression suicidal thoughts we break down one suicide in history generally and we tell a lot of jokes about it and it's because we've we've been there we also review playstation games xbox about star wars regularly we talking about current events we'll you're listening to the rage cast we talk about a different rage against the machine song every week and how it changed our that's all changed my life because i decided to kill myself how are you talking i so i don't know i think i've talked about this on the podcast before i used to be a radio dj at station in fresno california calls one of three point seven kr's er very familiar with families guys using excuse me it was called one or three point seven kr's er the wild hair they could dingle berry like a dingo we're like up your ass with rock was iraq buck an active rock radio station.

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"depression suicidal" Discussed on Oh No Ross and Carrie

Oh No Ross and Carrie

02:29 min | 3 years ago

"depression suicidal" Discussed on Oh No Ross and Carrie

"Moment and you go get some bullshit instead you're fucked now taken from this very serious reflection to remember the south park episode where the patient just needs more time what's the matter doctor he's running out of time oh that's just a quote kara here she says i don't have anything against people using things like oskaka but i do have a huge problem with the claims made by people who promote them and make money off people like my dad alright so unfortunately that's not our last i o oskar terror story at rid meal with us there was a woman named sap is short for concepcion as she was a really lovely woman i met her at lunch a few times did you talked to talk to okay i did see her i remember her distinctly because she was from billings and she would talk about how they didn't have any good farmers markets billing's pretty young lady curly hair yeah tight curls yeah probably mid thirties she had an eighteen year old son he could already tell them talking about her in past tense so sep apparently went home to billings and told her family that she hadn't received her miracle that it was her fault and two weeks later after her return on valentine's day she took her own life and her family believes this is directly tied to her experience at rid mia a her cousin in particular roommate her cousin who was a roommate in very good friend and her brother said that she wasn't struggling with these issues before hand the issue of whether she was struggling before or not is not totally clear to anyone i think concur either way i think there's a real concern either this is a person who had bad depression suicidal thoughts and came to a place that says hey we'll cure your suicidal thoughts and depression and then didn't get what she was looking for which is dangerous or she is a person who didn't have suicidal thoughts wins rid me and came back with them either way doesn't seem to speak highly of this system there is a lot more detail to this story including a lot of back and forth between her family and jeff and jerry and me and jeff and jerry man it gets it gets really harry but i am writing about this for vice and so.

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"depression suicidal" Discussed on The Andrew Klavan Show

The Andrew Klavan Show

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"depression suicidal" Discussed on The Andrew Klavan Show

"United nations studies of academic competence finds it in all developed nations and then beyond the academic conference beyond the academic measures we have just from all over the world but not every single country we have different measures of emotional intelligence depression suicidal behavior discipline problems and so on and the patterns are amazingly similar this you'd breakdown between boys the boys that i would ended up calling dead enriched boys they're actually doing probably by most measures better than our fathers were in better than boys used to do they're really do because in the old days boys had what used to be called a sense of purpose in being able to know that if you're a boy and you live up to everything is supposed to do as a boy you'll prepare yourself in a sense to be disposable disposable as a warrior or disposable by working so hard at the workplace that you did what everyday to do to support your family and disposability is integrate sense of purpose but what was behind that sense of purpose you were applauded in rewarded for being a hero your parents looked up to you your father was proud of you girls were attracted to you guys respected you and so even though you might die at the age of eighteen in the military fighting against the nazis occupying the united states you nevertheless were a hero and heroic intelligence while it was the opposite of health intelligence heroic intelligence is socialization for short life health intelligence is socialization for lone light and even though it was socialization for short life it ended up being a sense of purpose for boys and that problem is today were taking that the toxicity from the things that boys learned to be heroes and we're calling it toxic masculinity as opposed to recognizing that it's it is the residue of heroin masculinity when a boy has to.

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"depression suicidal" Discussed on The Rich Roll Podcast

The Rich Roll Podcast

01:31 min | 4 years ago

"depression suicidal" Discussed on The Rich Roll Podcast

"When he got to you know certain side effects are look at uk booths the suddendeath depression suicidal thoughts you know the ena leakage those are all fine there are some other ones that i just cannot accept and you leave it up to your imagination to figure which went on to talk about but i was like 38 i don't wanna be faced with that's mindboggling right and look i can change this let me let me go try to do that i said give me six muslim the mca try to change this and i've been working with his trainer really nice guy and just coincidentally ray around in the same sixmonth period mike chiropractor i have school yozo i've been working a car harper forever asked me to help him with a charity said can you help me with the with this charity i'm doing that's called the grunge cup mature yeah no problem i i'm thinking 500 portions of tuna at some you know catering event you know a grazing event where they invite a faust people so few months later is like a ready for the trap on like which was that was a triathlon he stunned that like yeah you use you sign up for that remember the greenwich cup it's the traffic on it's a sprint looking will tell me about what is that he's like you gotta you gotta swimbikerun mike okay and my trainer who's never done a trap on really big muscley guy not traffic on right now like me like runner tell ya not like you we're like okay let's do this rates research training and we both did it.

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"depression suicidal" Discussed on The Virtual Couch

The Virtual Couch

01:30 min | 4 years ago

"depression suicidal" Discussed on The Virtual Couch

"Even people that are new to therapy or just kind of exploring mental health and i've tried to put a nice very streetbased positive optimist glass as half full kind of guy tried bit humor in there as well and paul on i'll i'll talk more about this and a bit but he is a professional comedian he is hilarious these also very open about his struggles with clinical depression suicidal thoughts that sort of thing and so i just feel like he brings such a nice nice mix of reality in humor to his podcast but he covers a lot of really really deep topics so paul um he goes deep his podcast go extremely deep and pollock more about how and why he started the mental illness happy hour but he's recorded over 300 of did the episodes i think three hundred fifty one when interviewed him and in those episodes he's interviewed a who's who of wellknown comedians actors musicians he's talked to therapist like myself psychologists psychiatrists he spoken with people who have survived horrific family trauma people who have serious clinical depression anxiety bipolar disorder ptsd sexual abuse you name it um he has done a tremendous job in providing a resource that normalizes so many other things that the clients that i work with are dealing with and so many of these clients come to be feeling completely alone in isolated so while the topics are heavy and and i'm i'm telling you i send clients there at times when they are struggling with a particular.

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