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How Does Social Media Relate to Body Dysmorphia and Plastic Surgery

Keeping it Re.al

02:34 min | Last month

How Does Social Media Relate to Body Dysmorphia and Plastic Surgery

"Body via certainly not a new problem. It's being affecting men women everything in between for a long long time bit. Obviously the advent of things like social media and photoshop have soared unrealistic unachievable bodies are being flooded into consciousness most of the day every day. What role do you think. Plastic surgery plays into that good question. Maas pins on is probably slightly different. You alluded to the social media aspect and this is certainly an aspect of of aspirational bodies and appearances. Which the connections. Probably the the biggest example and i mean the. The joke of the whole thing is that your recently. It's all come out that a lot of that is actually fake. I think the role of social media and that is actually can be quite a positive one. And that's the way i wave always used social media to educate people and explain things and to craig realistic expectations and create a community whereby table can ask questions off previous patient for me. Social media has actually had the reverse effect on practice. It's made it easier because a lot of these patients are much better educated and so they come to a consultation not with unrealistic expectations but realistic expectations and a great knowledge of of what is available deadly into our podcast of watch their lives of fall. It is on social media. They've spoken there now. Group the followed previous patients previous patients. Give them advice and so they come in and they'll tell me what i'm gonna tell them they'll come in and they'll say i know you're gonna say i've got to lose ten kilos on i i would. I would totally agree. And i think patients that have true body. Small here is something that so it's not that we bang blind to it. I think it's it really is very very rare and i would say probably widely than one percent of patients that i would say so moist one or two patients a year that would come in with really unrealistic expectations. And sometimes it's not actually bodies dismore via that. They want to have the perfect appearance. It's maybe they don't have a true vision of where they're starting from. So they they come in and they show me a photo of. This is what i want to look like afterwards but it's an impossible expectations

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How To Increase Your Self Worth And Net Worth By Simply Being Yourself

Extraordinary Women Radio with Kami Guildner

02:55 min | 4 months ago

How To Increase Your Self Worth And Net Worth By Simply Being Yourself

"Well welcomed extraordinary women radio jessica. Answer thrilled to have you with us today. Thank you for having d cam so come to be here and tell us where you joining us from today. I am here in chicago illinois where it is a balmy sixty degrees for the first time mike six months. So we're all very happy your light right now because basically summer right right as we've had a couple sixty and seventy degree days here in colorado and we just we just eat them up and then we get a big dumped snow in between them. And that's that's okay because we need the we need the moisture. But i assure i'm ready for the spring and the sprouts Start coming up and all that good stuff too. I think you and i are very very much aligned in the work that we're doing and the things that were most passionate about and i'm so glad to speak to you and i know you just had your book. Combat this last month multiple. Tell people about your book. Be which i love the name of your book being what what won't get into that as we get through this. But i really want to start with your story and i my my listeners. Love to hear the story you know. What got you to this place that you're you're at in your business and your life and i know you've that spiritual ben to that's taken you that's brought you here so share a little bit about that. I mean why story. It's really interesting this perception right that we all have an projection that we all have about people we see in the world and yesterday i run a successful business iva deal i have a platform. I have a great marriage. I you know. I have the the things that you could actually equate to a happy in fulfilling life but hasn't always look this way. I've been through a lot of trauma and struggle specifically as a woman when it comes to software shuttles team self loves. I have definitely never considered myself with for a long. Did number never considered myself like financially successful right. I struggled with a lot of debts. Toxic relationships with men body dismore via you know been through through a lot and my my journey. I guess i guess you could take it back to high school where i was never cool. I grew up in a very fluent suburb. My parents were self made people. I was never part of the in crowd was bullied a lot carrying a lot of that trauma into my twenties. And you know a lot of poor decisions when it came to romantic relationships struggled founder professional for quite some time once for theater graduated became an actor slash. Bartender ended that for a long time before i stumbled into entrepreneurship

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(02/27) HOTL Hour 2

Handel On The Law

04:12 min | 5 months ago

(02/27) HOTL Hour 2

"This is handle on the law. Bill handel here telling you have absolutely no case california where i live i. There are two states that are there within the united states but not mentally because the people the legislatures are well california the crazy legislature florida. More the crazy people where you get these wild stories. So i love to talk about crazy. California that laws the legislature which is a supermajority with a super democratic super majority and a democratic liberal governor. You put those two together you have. You have a disaster a recipe for disaster. So here is optically good one. There is a bill that was introduced by two democrats of course and it would require retailers to offer their toys and childcare products in a gender neutral format which means no boys section no girls section it all has to be unified and everything for sale is for children not for boys and girls and you can't eat put up a sign that even indicate whether a product is intended for a boy or a girl and well that is i can see we're taking now gender neutrality to a kind of a level that is beyond a not reality but certainly beyond that part which makes sense and it's i i think the issue here and i am totally in favor of lgbtq rights. There's no question about it. And for the most part i'm in favor of gender neutrality. For example restroom single use restrooms. I have no problem saying gender-neutral. I truly don't but when it comes to retail spaces not even recognizing that there is a gender that their gender differences now The good news. Is you still in stores. They are still allowed to put men sections boys sections Girls women otherwise. You've gone to the retail stores target. Uganda Major retailers Nordstrom's we're talking about department stores and you have the signs say boy section men's etcetera and we haven't reached the point yet where you have signs they just have question marks and then eros that we haven't done yet but when it comes to toys sections we have those days where you differentiate between boys and girls are gone and accepting the fact that They're really that kids yet. Have not yet determined what their sexuality is. And i happen to be a believer That number one there is gender. Dismore fiesta where there are there are plenty of people who born male and identify as females and then later on it Transitional surgery and these people are very unlucky to do that to be born in the wrong body. I truly believe that happens. And i truly believe that happens more often than we know and i truly feel. Sorry it's a horrible way to live. You know being trapped and having to live ally Why i get all that but you know how do you take it. What not even recognizing there's a gender difference. Do you move towards that. That is going to be the point of in department

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I Feel Better Naked

The Carlat Psychiatry Podcast

01:40 min | 1 year ago

I Feel Better Naked

"Today on sixty seconds psych I feel better naked. Whether gardening outdoors or hiking in the woods, getting back to nature is generally good for mental health. But what about just getting naked today we report on the first randomized controlled trial of naked activity on body image anxiety. The study by. On whist recruited fifty one British adults with a simple, add on twitter. Hang out with others. Drink some wine and get paid ten quid that were then randomized into one of two rooms in a north London bar. In the first room, they mingled and drank with clothes on in the second room. They were met with an instruction. That must've felt like a surprise for this experiment. All you have to do is one enjoy yourself in the company of others for forty five minutes, and to do so naked. All participants are expected to disrobe for this part of the experiment, and they all disrobed without incident. The result socializing naked reduced body imaging Zaidi. It also improved body appreciation, but this effect seemed mediated by the reduction in negative feelings about one's body. The intervention had no effect on the perceived attractiveness of others. What in the devil does this all mean well? They didn't recruit a clinical sample, so it tells us nothing about how nude interactions would affect people with eating disorders, dismore disorder or social anxiety. But it does help us understand and empathize with patients who pursued the nudist lifestyle, and that was likely the sponsors goal for the study, which was funded by the British Nature Ism group unnoticed

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How Does Agoraphobia Work?

BrainStuff

07:02 min | 1 year ago

How Does Agoraphobia Work?

"Doesn't it seem like some people aren't afraid of anything? But you know what those people? They're phonies because they're scared of chainsaw clowns just like everybody else. They're just better at hiding it. Everybody has fears. But not everybody has a phobia medically recognized. Phobias are different from normal fear in that they provoke a very intense reaction they're unreasonable or unwarranted for instance being intensely afraid of guy with a shotgun in a ski mass while that kind of makes sense but being intensely afraid of balloons doesn't so much and finally they can interfere with a person's ability to live their life but there are other anxiety disorders that while very real and potentially very disruptive of a person's life are far more insidiously. Vague and Agoraphobia is one of them according to the DSM. Five every year one point seven percent of adolescents and adults will be diagnosed with agoraphobia. So what is it well? A lot of people have heard the term and have a vague idea of what it means but a lot of these ideas are wrong or at least they don't tell the whole story so for instance some things that a Gora phobia are not are a fear of crowds a fear of wide open spaces or a fear of being outside though all of these may be a manifestation of actual agoraphobia. Agoraphobia is actually a broader complaint that will often include some or all of the fears previously listed so for some general layperson definitions to help. You get the gist of it here. We go agoraphobia. Is A type of anxiety disorder in which you fear and often avoid places or situations that might cause you to panic and make you feel trapped helpless or embarrassed. That's from the Mayo. Clinic OR AGORAPHOBIA. Is An intense fear and anxiety of being in places where it is hard to escape or where help might not be available. Agoraphobia usually involves fear of crowds bridges or of being outside alone. That's from the National Library of medicine at the National Institutes of health. One More AGORAPHOBIA is a fear of being in situations where scape might be difficult or help wouldn't be available if things go wrong. That's from the National Health Service in the UK so really agoraphobia is more broadly the fear of being trapped in a vulnerable situation especially when exacerbated by an existing predisposition to panic disorder. Very often the person with agoraphobia specifically dreads experiencing a panic attack or other panicked like symptoms in a situation where such inexperienced would be especially inopportune according to the DSM five and this is the latest edition of the professional diagnostic handbook for mental health professionals. According to that to meet the diagnostic criteria for a goer phobia. You must have quote market fear. Orange Zaidi about two or more of the following scenarios standing in line or being in a crowd being outside of the home alone using public transportation being an open spaces or being an enclosed spaces so the DSM five reports that the person with a Gore phobia fears or voids these situations because of thoughts that escape and might be difficult or might not be available in the event of developing panic like symptoms or other incapacitating or embarrassing symptoms. What physically happens is the following according to the US National Library of medicine these symptoms. Show up when you're experiencing agoraphobia chest. Pain or discomfort choking or shortness of breath dizziness or fainting nausea rapid heartbeat sweating and trembling also according to the DSM five. You can only meet the criteria for diagnosis. If you always are almost always have the fear response to these situations. You actively avoid these situations or require the help of a companion. The level of fear you feel is disproportionate to the threat represented. This condition lasts for six months or more the fear anxiety or avoidance causes coat clinically significant distress or prevents you from living a normally functional life and the suite of symptoms. You experience is not better grouped under another diagnosis for example if your fear only occurs because you fear people's reactions to perceived flaws in your physical appearance this might be a body dismore disorder instead of general agoraphobia. So if you have intense persistent debilitating fear. That you'll begin to have a panic attack or another embarrassing or incapacitating episode while you're stuck in a place or situation you can't get out of or where you can't find help. You might have a Gore phobia. We'll that's a long one and this can have some really serious consequences for example more than one in three people with Gora Phobia are completely homebound and unable to work and sometimes people inappropriately self medicate with the abuse of drugs and alcohol. Agoraphobia often develops out of an existing panic disorder for example if a person experiences a panic attack in particular type of place say for example like an airplane or an elevator. He or she might start to avoid ever being in that situation again over time. This can develop into full blown agoraphobia. Something like Agoraphobia can sometimes be difficult to accurately diagnose since it's associated with something like panic disorder and because the functional symptoms may resemble those of problems with different causes for example may dread and avoid flying an airplane because of a Gora Phobia or maybe simply because you feared death by plane crash. The situational phobia is outwardly similar. But it happens for very different. Reasons are all right. So maybe you're wondering if I've got a Gora Phobia. How do I treat it? Well the most common treatment responses are a combination of cognitive behavioral. Therapy an antidepressant medication. Cognitive behavioral therapy is basically a common form of psychotherapy where the therapist helps the patient talk through thought processes and common behaviors and then replaces those bad thoughts and behavior patterns with better ones antidepressant. Medication could also include drugs. Such as selective Serotonin reuptake inhibitors or s our eyes or Serotonin Neuro. Epinephrine reuptake inhibitors. So if you or someone you know are suffering from agoura phobia. There's help out there. All you have to do is seek it out.

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Knowing Yourself for the First Time

Mission Daily

08:06 min | 1 year ago

Knowing Yourself for the First Time

"It's been a while since you joined us last time you were here. You got to hang out with Stephanie. And talk with her. And I'm excited to be able to sit down with you remotely today and throw the ball in your court. You can do a little bit of interviewing me and vice versa here. Well you know just went down on the phone. We're talking about what this shelter at home has done and our lives in all the questions. It's bagging I would love to hear your perspective. You distract started telling what has changed in your world and what are some of the bigger questions that are being asked right now. Sure so personally. Of course we start there. This is all couched from a lens of I had some pretty profound struggles late last year and in in my life to the fact that I've had post traumatic stress disorder for quite a while. I've been in denial about it. I've been running in all kinds of different circles to act like it wasn't there so that was something that started late last year. really hit home mountain near death experience and it led me to getting not just professional help but starting protocol created by maps dot org that includes Dna and it's the most efficacious thing in the world for carrying PTSD. So that's the journey. I'm on right now. I have had one active medicine session. And there's a lot going on in my life however When we were talking earlier it's there's never been a more interesting time for me. Feels very frightening in one sense but then beautiful in another sense where for the first time in my life. I'M WAKING UP FROM A coma that I've had for as far as I can tell and with the help a train professionals since I've been a child and so that's the Lens that I'm doing things throw so full disclosure there however there's this wonderful opportunity. I think that all of us have now to really look at where our lives are and look at who the people in our lives are and really get a chance to see them for the first time because Emmy. When was the last time that we've spent a couple weeks together in the same place right the quarantines already longer than most vacations and it just begs the question? What type of lifestyles were we living to this prior to the pandemic so I guess that's where I'll start Woah? Wow Wow I feel like nothing I have to talk about. Is this interesting as what you have to talk about is so this? Oh my goodness so. I love this idea that we're able to see things for the first time that we've been seeing all along and it reminds me. GonNa get wrong. I think it's t s eliot quote that something like an end of all of our journey is two rides. Were we start no the place for the first time and know the place for the time? This is what it reminds me about is like this chance to and for those who are fortunate to be able to shelter with people and with people that they care about to have this. It's like it's incredible intimacy to be able to. Oh Yeah like. I've been living with you for you know for me. The kids like I'm living with my daughter. I've been living with for twenty three years. I know but now I'm getting to know her in a way that I never have before and to really see the people that we pass in the halls just whether at home or at work like Oh wow I see now very different way. Yes there's so much to talk about with with what you're going your bed given my limited understanding of of what you've been going. I would love to hear. What are you able to feel that you haven't been able to feel for years? Sure the most profound thing was the morning after the first active medicine session was the first time I feel like I've ever seen myself in the mirror and I've struggled with body dismore disorder since I've been young and obviously I look different now than I did when I was younger. But this is the first time that I've been able to see myself without the voice kind of ringing in my ears. That was our to tolerate so that. Like a distortion. Yes you're able to see yourself without some distortion. That has been there. Yes without a mask that I was kind of wearing from childhood and it was not just a bit of a profound thing. It was a a you know I was singing spontaneously. I was looking all around and it was almost like I had a new body a lot of different emotions. But that's just the start of the unfolding Because this is a it's been described as you know the session. The medicine are one thing but the change that it begins to spark a brain chemistry level at a psychological level those start unfolding rapidly throughout the integration process which is no small task in and of itself so working consistently with the same psychotherapist that administered the medicine each week. Doing some texting doing some journaling. All kinds of different things. But it's It's been an experience to say the least okay so I have to ask you like what is it that you are saying for the first time that you really like and its context to that. I haven't been through anything. You perhaps are grappling with now. I remember one time. I travel a lot for her in a hotel bathroom. And you know you look at yourself in the near and you don't really see yourself like you're brushing your make your hair. Whatever and I think it was because I was alone in a hotel room like no one around to now tell everyone here now is I just looked at myself in the mirror like one of the first times. I really just looked at myself like I with myself. It could not have been more than thirty seconds. Privacy chatted terror. I myself I was like who like. That was a little bit scary. Somehow she scared me by disciplines like penetrating eye contact so I had this long look at myself wanted it kind of frightened me alone in this. This bathroom what is it. That you saw is how healy like like. I don't know really love what I see and I. I don't know all the specifics of what you mentioned but I kind of feel like. I've had similar experiences as well. Yeah they're they're very they're very interesting and the more work I do. The more discover of course like how little I know but that's not terrifying anymore. It's not like the fear of the unknown is just radically diminished as I keep walking on this journey and you know it wasn't about loving what I saw or anything like that. It was just this feeling of being okay with what I saw and myself and realizing that it was enough and I didn't I didn't have to change. I didn't have to work out more. I didn't have to do anything really that it would be okay and I would be okay so was it really starting at a baseline of Loving myself by any stretch of the imagination. It just I sparked a a lot of curiosity. I guess is the best way to to say the all-consuming emotion that came from so curious about what it's an interesting thing but I didn't see got Kinda like that. That would make you feel

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Surprising Facts About Rejection Sensitivity

The Savvy Psychologist's Quick and Dirty Tips for Better Mental Health

07:10 min | 1 year ago

Surprising Facts About Rejection Sensitivity

"Welcome back to savvy psychologist August. I'm your host Dr J. Boop every week I'll help you meet life's challenges with evidence based research a sympathetic ear and zero judgment. Remember the first time you ask someone out whether it was a middle school or well into adulthood I bet it was at least a little. Bit Nerve racking what if they say no worse what if they make fun of you or show pity would if they make it seem like it was ridiculous even for you to ask these hypothetical nightmare scenarios make even the bravest of US fear rejection but in general. We don't walk around around expecting people to reject us. We're also not constantly on the lookout for clues that rejection is about to happen but for some people L. Rejection appears to be around every corner. They anxiously expect readily perceive an intensely react to rejection or possible rejection psychologists call this high rejection sensitivity rejection sensitivity might seem like a phase that all middle schoolers go through as they awkwardly navigate. Puberty trying to figure out more adults like social relationships but turns and so it can happen to people of all ages and it's not the same thing as being just a little shy or emotionally sensitive. There are specific ways days that our brains and bodies behave when we're highly sensitive to rejection and they're often very real consequences so let's let's talk about what neuroscientists and psychologists have learned about rejection sensitivity including some clues into how to maybe get over for it or get out from under it so first thing to know. Is that your body and brain physically manifest rejection sensitivity like every psychological phenomenon rejection sensitivity has a place in the brain. What may surprise you is how much and how specifically it takes on on shape in our biology? So first of all. Everyone's brain response to rejection. During brain imaging study participants emotion processing brain areas. Where activated when they looked at pictures showing rejection compared to when they looked at pictures showing acceptance or just random abstract shapes the brains of participants with high rejection sensitivity didn't activate the cognitive control areas as much as their pierce? It's not that the brains of less rejection sensitive people were immune to rejection cues is just that they were better able to regulate accumulate. Those cues and keep them from running rampant in the brain for rejection sensitive people. It's not just that their brains respond more to unpleasantness. In this in general its rejection specifically that lights. Those neural fireworks different brain. Imaging studies show that only pictures. Church of disapproving faces and not of angry or disgusted faces activated their emotional threat processing brain areas. And then when it comes to the body we can see that highly sensitive people are physically more on the lookout for rejection too in another study people also also looked at pictures some of which showed rejection scenes and then they got puffs of air in there is to see how much they startled highly rejection sensitive. People startled more rotter viewing rejection images. So this shows that the idea of rejection makes her body's automatically glee shift into a higher defensive mode so we know that rejection sensitivity very much activates the body for defense and and we also know that it's associated with more than just social anxiety. So when we think of people who are sensitive to rejection we probably think of someone who's who's socially anxious perhaps someone who is shy afraid of public speaking or nervous about making the first move in social situations and rejection sensitivity is indeed associated with social anxiety now may be less obvious that rejection sensitivity is also also more common among people who have other psychological disorders including eating disorders body dismore via ADHD borderline in personality disorder and Impulse Control Disorders like online gaming addiction. This doesn't mean obviously in the someone with high rejection sensitivity tippety necessarily has these disorders. It's just that among those who do experience these issues rejection sensitivity seems to play a role for example if someone is already socially anxious their level of rejection sensitivity can drive their irrational thoughts about their body now. These thoughts can snowball and become severe enough that they end up being bodied Disorder so then. How does this play out in daily life while another thing we know about rejection sensitivity is that it feeds a vicious cycle that makes you actually more rejected? So that's the toughest thing about rejection sensitivity. It feeds itself. Think about this if someone is always on the lookout for rejection and has a bigger physical and emotional reaction to rejection cues. They're more likely to be tense. Defensive Sad angry or withdrawn on would you rather hang out with someone like this or with someone more relaxed and more able to have fun. This is a vicious cycle that highly rejection action sensitive. People find themselves in the more they're sensitive the more they illicit actual rejection from others and that fulfils a rejection PROPHEC- see and leads to more rejections sensitivity. One study tested this vicious cycle hypothesis. The researchers found that among couples Relationships involving highly rejection sensitive people were more likely to have broken up a year later. They also found that rejection sensitive of women specifically and gauge more negative behaviors after relationship conflict such as being hostile denying responsibility possibility putting their partner down or making negative assumptions about their partner. The partners in turn become angrier than the partners of women who are low on rejection sensitivity. This shows how conflict can more easily escalate if one partner is sensitive to rejection. So how about for men. How do men act when they are highly rejection sensitive and they're in a relationship conflicts?

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Breast Intentions with Mary H.K. Choi

Forever35

15:01 min | 2 years ago

Breast Intentions with Mary H.K. Choi

"Today on my show we have a very special guest a friend of the pod return a return guest Mary H K Choi Welcome Mary Hi. I'm so excited. I was so glad to have you back on the occasion of the publication of your second book the Wii Novel Permanent Record <hes> in last year your book emergency contact which we both loved was a New York Times bestseller no big deal. I mean it very exciting. It's just like one of those findings find existential things <unk> book to what now really but how cool and yeah so. We're so excited that you were able to by the time to do this with us and we are yeah. Let's just like let's get right into it. Let's get into it to kick things off a we are with someone who supports. Dorey in Har Dislike of sheep masks indeed okay here we go stories from California and I'm guessing here most recent episode and I wanted to call in and say story. Thank you so much for getting getting that. You don't make safe masking. I also don't like he's asking and I thought that was the only person I first of all hate that she <music>. You're stupid. I think they're a waste of time and money and I've maybe like one non. She'd ask that is kind of useful that <hes> that creon like watermelon one kind of likes that one but really. I just don't care yeah. I I like doing things I have a wonderful you know nighttime routine and a pretty good daytime routine but I just don't care about sheet nuts uh-huh and I'm so glad that someone else feels that right wonderful to have that bounded on your yourself so much I almost rush whereas condensate of very thinking wow how mary what's your feeling about sheet. Masks just gonNA weigh in because I kind of feel like a bad. Korean like hoppy it. You'll the fatigue are either sheet mask because I have Sony. They're so convenient as gifts and like any time I go to Asia by Slough. Admittedly they kind of go round 'cause they. Just don't use them and that's not something I've ever been -rageous enough to admit so. Thank you dory for getting getting car. Thank you. That's why I'm here so I was put here on this earth leading a movement to help people live their truth. I mean I still like a sheep masks. Can that's fine. I just never think ooh I wanna do thing and then that thing ever like as she masks exactly actly Mary exactly you. Never WanNa put wet tissue on your face for twenty minutes like I know the point. Is it like you should be doing doing that and doing something else but it's like usually when I'm doing some ales which is like more often than not watching TV. I'm just like yeah. I just don't want to be like down. Totally they yeah so. That's all of us just archer. I feel I do feel like I'm going to be like last Korean for admitting to that. It is so we're going to transition with this next email from the face to the breasts <hes> because I did share that scheduled my mammogram and a listener. Weeden they adjusted their first mammogram and they offered some tips summoning among give him a read number one. They are very serious about you. Wearing no deodorant odorant lotions powders etcetera bring a little pouch so you can put on all your favorite beauty items in the dressing room afterward number two. This is the biggest one ask for a curved wbt plate. It's sort of cradles breasts rather than smash them super flat. I don't know if this works as well for smaller breasts but it was much less painful than I thought it would be three. Let the tech nurse or doctor. No if you're nervous they walk first timers through all the time. The woman who did my mammogram was so kind she even tossed my little Medical Medical Cape Over. My shoulders told me I was superwoman for taking care of my health. That's so cute. That is really cute. I'd never heard of a curved play me neither. Have you had a mammogram. May I ask you may ask and I have not and I am just really the people are like how old are you and you literally forget <unk> CIGNA UNLIKE WHOA. You're right like I am fully in my late thirties a need to be getting a mammogram program and so I think I'm GonNa get one but I'm also just really fearful but this is like demystifying the whole ask for curved plate. Thing is great yeah. I never knew this and I think it can be nice in these kind of situations especially medical ones to just I always when I got my blood drawn. I always tell them I get nervous. They get kind of squeamish and they're very kind so I do think being up front with your fears. Yeah you will be met with kindness and respect totally so great tips yeah actually on that like I you know we talked a little bit about binge eating last time I was on and since I'm in recovery for binge eating like Omega eating disorder dismore fiesta and so lately whenever I go to doctor I asked to be weighed <hes> with Mike back facing the numbers. Tell me how much way and they're really cooperative and they're really understanding about most of the time and then that way you just don't have to make you don't have to know the number of it's. GonNa make you crazy for us today. I just want to tell you I love this and I support this. I also so do it. I had a conversation with my doctor and they put it into my chart so it's supposed to alert anytime I go in. It's supposed to say like I don't want to be weighed eight unless it's somehow relevant to William there. <hes> and it's really helpful and I I've. I encourage listeners totally to explore that if that's something when you're thinking about asked us your voice yeah yeah because it's your your health <hes> and I think so. Have you found just the act. Have you gone in and turned around and have them. NFL that that's been a better way for you to approach going to the Doctor The U. N. O. Totally and it just doesn't derail my day like if I have to go and get weighed like x four PM. I'm not sitting there being like but I had lunch and breakfast in I'm I'm wearing clothes in a more difficult it just silences a lot of that math that used to make me so so <hes> just anxious and nervous and like resentful and angry about going to the doctor 'cause it's and sometimes I will like you know <unk> that resentment with just like being too busy or like really really D- prioritizing my health because of all those emotions that are like Ansari to me getting a frigging checkup. Oh Yeah I was I had to go to the doctor recently to get a prescription refilled and they didn't name me. They took my blood pressure but they didn't weigh me and I was Mike. Thank you yeah. There was no reason to weigh me but I just feel like that's now become so standard. Yes you go in for a cold and they're like we're going away. Yeah like why why exactly. Dorey yes shall we read a long email yeah. We're going to switch gears again. Just the gears are switching gears ears are just turning everywhere so we had chatted about hobbies and whether or not we even have them and someone wrote in hobbies versus side. Hustles yes yes and this person wrote him because <hes> they said that are comment about hobbies for the sake of hobbies resonated with me last year on a whim and a need to get out of the house. I sign sign up for a sewing class at our local parks and REC. I wanted to try my hand became address for my daughter didn't know what to expect but I was so pleasantly surprised by the others in the class women my age looking for an opportunity to get out of the house once a week and learn a new skill and she said it was also around this time. I'm that a lot of my clothes weren't fitting me that well anymore. I would get so depressed going to stores and try enclosed that just didn't look right or seem to be made cheat materials that clung in the wrong spots so I I decided to try making a t shirt out of some beautiful organic bamboo Jersey from a local indie fabric shop. There was a lot of trial and error a lot of swearing and although I could see so many mistakes I managed to make something resembling a t shirt and after that I became hooked sewing is not cost effective. It's definitely cheaper to go to old navy and get the same kinds of closed but sewing is a fun challenge for myself. I love being able to pick up beautiful fabrics. I'm proud when I'm wearing the clothes I've made. I love being part of an amazing instagram community immunity that spans the globe and support each other. There is no side hustle. It's simply a hobby that helps me be more mindful of my wardrobe proud of what I'm creating and allow me to focus focus on something other than all the anxiety going on in my brain. There's no pressure to do anything. Finish anything or be the best at anything. I think just doing something creative for the sake of doing it is such a joy and I hope more people discover this love the I knew you would. I love it so much Mary. Do you have a hobby. You know what I also love this email. Actually Emily <unk> busy on mentor Joel sort of like crazy because I'm like very selling a thing right now in there's something about what she was saying about. A supportive instagram community rose just like what does that even Mike Like I. I don't have you know what I actually started doing. I started getting into Tarot cards beautiful about not having to do with anything. I don't share it. I don't really talk about it anywhere and it's just for me and it's like this meditated the thing that I do for a few minutes in the morning afternoon when I'm feeling inclined. It's not monetize Abol. It's not like being graded by other people. It's not going to gain new followers or making aching loose all of that other like noise. Quieting is just really nice and doing something just for you. That isn't it's like a clot is in full. Yeah not clout move not a club yeah. I love that and also not not doing it for like. Dory side-hustle yeah just doing it. I'm not even sure what that feels like. I know I'm ready to learn but yeah is also barrier to entry of being like Oh. What is the audience. GonNa think in like House speaker at every everything else like really sucks the joy out of like a lot of the things that you might otherwise totally enjoy doing yeah feel people get hung up on this with writing a lot and then they find when they're just doing morning pages which are like just for them quote unquote that they're able to write a lot yeah or writing fan fiction. Yeah I mean that is for an audience but a different kind. It's not necessarily surly. MONETIZE and people are very freed is interesting meeting based. It's not just about like that. Excellent outlines just win over everyone else or whatever yeah totally. I would love to know what the sewing community is like on Instagram to what are some hashtags reveal. Oh yourself instagram sewing community. You sound so lovely. You've really do he wanted we wanna we went to observe well. Let's take a short break. Okay okay. We're back and again another a whole new topic to explore this. Were weaving all over the place in this episode. Yes <hes> <hes> I'll read this before it. Do you ever fear that a dream will feel so lifelike and real that you wake up actually doing the thing you were doing in your dream something so mundane and normal like peeing well. It happened to me last night. I'm a thirty something year old grown ass woman and I peed my bed. I've always had this scary combination of vivid dreams and a small bladder and would say that with some frequency. I'm using the bathroom in my dreams. I've been afraid of waking up wet but it's never actually happened until now. Thankfully I woke up as soon as I started to P and stop myself before I had a chance to soak the sheets and mattress but what do I do in case. This happens happens again. I'm afraid to tell my partner because I know he'll be grossed out and I'm too scared to Google this problem for fear that I'll come up quote dry and not find any other adults of this issue issue. I should probably add that. I'm very newly pregnant and can't help it expect my vivid dreams and bladder issues to only get more difficult to manage help. I have not heed my bed but I do have dreams where I am peeing and then and then wake up and I have to apiece. Obama had that too in the dream. I'm like PA but the the feeling in my bladder sock going away and I'm like why is it not getting better then I wake up and and it's and I'm about fifty P. so bad so number one. I think that is totally normal to I would say this happened to this listener one time. It's probably though I understand why it has given you pause I would safe is a repeat thing. Go See your doctor. Talk to your doctor yeah but I feel like one time. You were heavily. You were sleeping heavily. You your newly pregnant so both P and bladder stuff is all John it happened. It's okay yeah. It's fine and you know if you feel comfortable. Maybe just let your partner know yeah total. I don't think it's something to be embarrassed about. I agree with you as far as telling the partner. I think that even like being too scared to Google it because he for fear that you're all alone unlike I agree with you I mean I think that we've all been on that sort of like precipice of like no pun intended of like you know getting up and be like. Oh my God it really desperately need to be going but I think that like being fearful that this is GonNa happen again and that sort of anxiety spiral can sometimes just like plague other other things like sleeping period. I think that just like you know you're only a signature secrets and I think that like telling me. Your

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People in their 20s are injecting face fillers to look like their selfie filters

Marketplace Tech with Molly Wood

05:24 min | 2 years ago

People in their 20s are injecting face fillers to look like their selfie filters

"This. Marketplace podcast is brought to you by the university of Florida Warrington college of business transform your future with an MBA from one of America's top ten universities. Learn more at Warrington dot ufl dot EDU slash MBA. People in their twenties and thirties are getting injections to look more like their selfie filters from American public media. This is marketplace tech demystifying the digital economy. I'm Ali would. Selby's are an art form on social media. But some young people aren't happy with just a Snapchat or Instagram filter. They want the lip cheek and forehead injections. So that their real life faces match the doctor itself fees. The American Academy of facial plastic and reconstructive surgery says there's been a twenty percent increase in botox injections among eighteen to thirty seven year olds in the last five years. Marketplace reporter, Eric embarrassed, it's reporting on this recently. And she told me that the makers of injectable fillers which smooth out the lines on your face like a photo filter. Does are starting to spend a lot more money on social media marketing, our Gan, which is the company that makes boat talks makes Juve Dharam does cool sculpting. That's where they're paying influencers to do a lot of the work. So people are on Instagram anyway, looking at other people's faces all the time. And then they're seeing people that they might follow women that they might look up to. And they're seeing that they also were are actually, you know, talking. About these things, you know, they're like hash tagging Sunday afternoon. Hashtag tocks hashtag filter. Hashtag fillers. You know, the whole thing. Yeah. Tell me more specifically about what people are getting done like what specific procedures than what are people trying to look like. So the most basic thing that most people are getting done is just getting, you know, likable talks injection that kind of freezes your face and kind of makes you look relaxed. But then after that there's a lot of small spas that have opened up that are offering things like institute, which is some stuff that you can get put in your cheeks that give you like sort of a higher cheekbone. You can get your lips done and make them a little bit plumper a lot plumper. There's all kinds of stuff that you can get done. I understand that one woman told you she really has heard of people asking to look more like the filters that they have seen on social media. Right. Yeah. So one woman I spoke with who's Twenty-seven-year-old in Rhode Island. And she says she just gets her lips done. She gets imbo both talks. But it's pretty like normalized amongst her group of friends, and she has a couple. They get a little shot of Duve Derm in the tip of their nose. It makes them look a little bit like that Snapchat filter, and I just thought that was kind of fascinating like the idea that you wanna look like what your online reflection looks like do you have a sense of whether any of the doctors are ethically conflicted about this. Do they resist it at all? Yeah. So I did talk to one doctor who actually is the head of one of the plastic surgery. National plastic surgery associations in Memphis, and he refuses to give anyone any kind of injectable or bow talks unless they medically need it or if they're under a certain age. So he's adamant lead not doing it. But at the same time, he knows that there's like clinics just right up the street that you can just walk into. I think the big part of it is is that because you know, it's it's an elective procedure. It's a lot of money. And so you're budgeting thousand or two thousand a year, you know, it can be hard to say no to that. Erica barris is a reporter with marketplace. Last year. Researchers at the Boston University school of medicine Warren. About what they called Snapchat, Dismore FIA and said, it could lead to body Dismore fic- disorder, a mental illness that causes people to obsess about their imagined defects. And now for some related links head over to our website. Marketplace tech dot org for a link to a longer story that Erica did about this four marketplace and more stories about Snapchat, Dismore, Fiat, and how it has plastic surgeons worry earlier this year doctors at Massachusetts General Hospital published a guide for cosmetic practitioners to help them figure out when they're dealing with someone who is beyond normal discontent with their appearance and onto the obsessive compulsive spectrum that is body this Morphing disorder their research that as many as thirteen percent of people seeking cosmetic surgery have the disorder and in a fun. Fact, I learned that dissatisfaction with your appearance is so common in basically, everyone that researchers call it quote normative discontent. There is a hopeful story from Taylor Laurenz over at the Atlantic though from just a couple of weeks ago about how even though those twenty and thirty somethings or getting the nose injections, look more like their filters. The next generation. Of influencers is actually rejecting the carefully edited super stylized aesthetic, and they're going for a quote, Messier and more unfiltered vibe, the story quotes, a fifteen year old influencers who says that avocado toast and posts on the beach are generic and played out and that it's not cool anymore to be manufactured. So maybe the children really are our future. Unless allergen comes calling with the big check. I'm Ali would. And that's marketplace tech. This is a PM.

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"dismore" Discussed on Pretty Basic with Alisha Marie and Remi Cruz

Pretty Basic with Alisha Marie and Remi Cruz

03:07 min | 2 years ago

"dismore" Discussed on Pretty Basic with Alisha Marie and Remi Cruz

"I had people tweeting they're already like I'm triggered by this take it down. So I was like oh my God. So I'm texting you texting my family. I'm like, I don't want to trigger anybody. I'm not trying to offend anyone. But like if they just watched it and just understood like, it'll be okay. The best way. I think that we talked about it, though, is like you saying you wanted this to be a social experiment think of any other social social experiment that's out there. Even like the dove like fight like a girl thing it can be triggering. But when again when you take a step back, and you actually see that they're on your on everyone side. Yeah. You're on people's sides to be like, I'm sorry that you've had to deal with double standards as well. Yeah. So it's not so much like again, if if you watch it it just off, man. Thank you. It means a lot because you have such great content. So thank you. I really do mean that so yeah, that was a video that was it was a really interesting thing. I learned a lot I had so many, honestly, even like really close friends in my life that I've. More recently. But I didn't know that they've gone through weight loss struggles, I had one of my friends who's a his teacher reach out to me and say your video, I'm crying in the car. You know, it it hit home for me for how I used to feel about myself. I was like, oh, I had no idea. And so having all these people, you know, actually in my life and people Deming me their stories viewers and things like that. Like, it was the coolest thing to be able to just share my story, and what I've been going through and something that I was so scared to open up about and something that I actually would have never opened up about if it hadn't been for you and for this podcast to just change a lot of people's lives. Honestly like. So much bigger than it was for for me on this side. I've never dealt with a significant amount of weight. But I'm sure a lot of people can also relate with like I've struggled with body Dismore via and I I haven't lost that much weight. So I think for me what's hard is. You know, wanting to talk about that. And I would have loved to make a video about that. But huge reason why I haven't is because I know people are gonna be like girl, you're skinny like you're like, you're not fat. You're not you know, what I mean. And like, and then that goes back to what you're feeling is valid whether it's sticky. Your five hundred exactly what you want your video helped me, and I haven't been through a huge weight loss. But it helped me also realize like I can't win. So even if I was to make video about that. Like, I'm going to get those comments. Yeah. So, but there's a million other people out there like me who to who are very similar. So I think it's I don't know. I just think it was very inspired inspiring. And I was really proud of you for doing. And I love this episode just keeps coming back and forth. We referenced every other episode up until now too. But that's because it is just us talking about our lives. And no, and it's what we're dealing with right now, which is cool. And I think as crazy as like in six months, it's all going to be different stuff. You know? What's crazies? I listened to episode one yesterday as I was getting ready to listen. And again, like a song it brought me back to us being in the recording studio talking the day after we went to drag brunch. And. You guys I am so excited about this sponsorship right now because I've been seeing them all over YouTube, and I've been dying.

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"dismore" Discussed on Progressive Talk 1350 AM

Progressive Talk 1350 AM

08:28 min | 2 years ago

"dismore" Discussed on Progressive Talk 1350 AM

"And this is a terrific concept has asked a court to change his age from sixty nine to forty nine legally in an effort to avoid age discrimination, and his argument is fascinating first of all he launched his bid to change his birthday in order to improve his chances with women on dating apps like Tinder and help with job applicant, I applications prospects. He's arguing both are very difficult based on his age. And then he went here's a legal concept here. I love it. We live in a time when you can change your name, you can change your gender. Why can't I decide my own age? And he says his lawsuit is consistent with other forms of personal transformation. And wants the government to accept that. And he wants to avoid age discrimination in society, especially on dating websites. Now, I can just imagine. Here's the sixty nine year old guy who throws up claims, he's forty nine. Of course, then puts up a picture of some model that he bought he bought from the Getty collection. And his arguments going to be who doesn't lie on this dating apes those aiding apps. Tender you go to harmony, you go to all of those and doesn't everybody lie everybody? If I ever get divorced. I'm running I'm going immediately the internet, and I'm going to be truthful. I hate walks on the beach. I hate romantic dinners. I can't stand candlelight. I don't want to spend much money taking you to dinner. I dressed like a slob. All of which is one hundred percent true. Now granted I'll never get a date or get laid. I understand that. But truth is an absolute defense. So. It's not that bad. Maybe a young looking sixty nine. So we may not be off base. But as soon as you say as soon as you say sixty nine well that's going to limit the number of women clearly that are going to respond. Also, it's going to limit some job opportunities. Forty nine year olds are for the most part, it's difficult. But at least they are able to find jobs sixty nine years. There's no chance and held anybody's gonna hire sixty nine year old. And when asked why don't you sly about it like everybody else does he said, I don't wanna why I wanna be myself. So don't force me to lie. And he's he's arguing money to now happens to be a TV personality. So he's known as a motivational speaker. And he insists this is not a not a publicity stunt. But even says look at the Dutch government is going to make a lot of money. He already gets a retirement pension of about thirteen hundred dollars. And he said if I am forty nine that, I am no longer eligible for retirement. I have to give it up and that would save three hundred and forty-three thousand dollars over the twenty years. I think that's kind of neat. I mean is it going to happen? Of course, not. But that's besides the point. Okay. What are you gonna argue seat? Trans transgender folks go through the transformation. Can argue that they are. And I believe this one hundred percent sexist Morphou, gender, Dismore Fiat that born with born in the wrong sex a man born with female genitalia in is actually a man I buy that. Because there are some weird things going on. But it's kind of hard to say that you were born in nineteen fifty four or nineteen sixty when you're actually born in nineteen fifty. Right or born in one thousand nine hundred seventy I'm just showing my age a little bit here. And I don't wanna do that. Okay. Guys. Let's go ahead and take some phone calls Norma. Yes, sir. What can I do for you? I want. I'm writing a book about a famous healer that worked in the San Diego area in the eighty s and my experiences with her. And I was wondering if they're her son. Let me add this her son is now a famous writer, and they told shame and John wait, wait, wait, wait toll tech. Shame Anisim or Shamanism. What what is that? What is it toll tech shaman about? It's the it's some of the spiritual ideas and practices formation Mexico. Wow. Tech referring to the toll texts that were group. Yeah. I know. I remember the toll deck some some of my best friends are told techs. Are you a toll Tekken? Well, I've I practice chairman queuing before for many years. So yeah, I guess you could say I am. No, no drugs. No, no, no, no, absolutely. Not nothing to do with drugs. Okay. No, no, no. I'm talking about using drugs. No, no, no. No. No. No. No. No, no. This is this is a spiritual was all right fair enough. How much surgery someone has an appendix? Can you? Can you spiritually clear cure, the appendi- the curiously enough to lady that I worked with? I don't know about appendicitis, but she cared. My son of testicular cancer with her fingertip. So this lady cured people. Surgery how about prostate cancer? Can you hear that with your favorite? I would imagine that she did she's passed on. She was elderly. Right. So what's your question? My question is if I write about her will I have any legal problems with your family. I know there was on their unauthorized biographies die every day. You'll be fine. Okay. What if I use a picture of a flyer that I that I save from those times? Well, if you're if you're using a picture of her that is that belongs to her or her estate. I it's a little that's a little bit different because you're using her likeness. At for commercial purposes. And there could have some issue. So yeah, I would argue you got to be a little careful of the pictures at but put her biography, I think you can ride all day long. How would those how would that be handled? Oh, how would I get permission to use? The fact that you ask you ask you ask you ask you state, you find out who is actually handling her estate. That's what you wanna do. If there is an estate if there is no estate, then I would ask a family members, and they can say, yes or no. But now, the family members aren't going to sue. I doubt they're going to file a lawsuit because they have to determine what the damages are. And it's not gonna work you'll be fine. If how long has she been dead. She died ten years ago. Okay. Okay. Yeah. I think you'll be fine. All right now, if I mentioned her son's name and his books, you can also now publishing and they enter deduction which actually have already done. Yeah. You can do that. Yeah. You're not going to get sued. You're not going to get sued. I'm just fascinated. Toll tech Shamanism. Why don't you give it up because I'm assuming you can make a lot of money money is an issue. Well, I started studying with Carlos Costa. And yet after that, the famous person has studied without Yawkey in sorts. Yeah. No, I know that I I actually read a book, which is kind of neat. Yeah. I did. I don't know. I remember when I was in a lot of years ago. Yeah. I spent where's where's the one? What he's sitting in the middle of New Mexico or whatever smoking dope with a bunch of Mexicans are. We're a bunch of Indians. I think that's the one I read anyway. He wasn't a bunch of. Okay. All right. Well, let's a bunch. You know, what can I tell you? All right. But the point is yes, you can do it. And I love that fingertip cure business. I really do. And it was fantastically. Assuming he enjoyed it on top of that. You know, there's nothing like hearing testicular anything with your fingertips. Okay..

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"dismore" Discussed on Loud Americans Discussing Soccer

Loud Americans Discussing Soccer

04:13 min | 2 years ago

"dismore" Discussed on Loud Americans Discussing Soccer

"And we'll playoffs are going on Atlanta. United f c with a big win over New York City f c you know, they are undefeated since you know, we had them on lads podcast on relegated podcast, the United f c guys. So just saying just saying so yeah. Shay stadium seen go to all your favorite sporting events. And they'll they'll fuck you up so Martin man city defeated Southampton. Six one. Just another day at the office for man city. Holy shit, dude. And the the most disappointing thing about it is pet was disappointed in the result. He was. Was disappointed in their defensive capabilities? And I was just like. Do you would kill Dismore like more than like, I saw this data Bleacher? It was like Manchester United has zero five goal or more game since like twenty thirteen's. It's like, sir. Alex left like that. Like, this is like boring like, I'm bored of watching man city. Now, if they don't score least six goals, then I'm disappointed like what the fuck. And like, you know, I hate Southampton. And that goes without saying because the fired our boy caught Pule who pools. And I you know, Arlo white was say like on Twitter. He was like what happened to this club Southampton, you know, competing in the Europa league. And like, you know, coming in six eighth place and used to be like the gold standard of teams who are in the top six. I'll tell you what happened there head got to fucking big and they fire club Pule because they to spire to be a top sixteen. When all they do is sell on their best. Players like Virgil Van Dyke Oxley Chamberlain all on a Liverpool. I, you know. Man, you know, it's just bad management. And they think they could be bigger than that. And just have to realize who you are like I realized who I am like I'm like like a soft six I understand that. And I go into the world, you know, trying to aspire sometimes hit on like a seven or eight. But I know my place. I know who I am I'm fine with that I accept to. I am Southampton thought they could be like a nine or an eight nine or ten they're not that I've not that. We're never going to be that. And they just, you know, got to in their own heads got too much of a big head their head got too big. And I was almost like pitying Southampton in this game, which I never thought I would do. But I was like God damn these guys are king their Schick kicked in. Did I think I know exactly who Southampton is they are me went on drunk and have the confidence the confidence to go after anybody. And I'm just like. It's me, and I just get shot. The fuck down the six one and realize. Oh, yeah. I know who I am. I don't know. Why thought I'd try something else? But yeah, this is just I mean this game is not just a domination of Southampton. But it's a warning to every other team in the league like starting in the six minute until the Nandi of plus one minute they dominated they destroyed, and we're hime sterling has gotten so much fucking better under pep Guardiola. It's not even funny it hurt. The man is twenty three years old. And he is a God damn great player under pep city. He's a beast, and it hurts and he decide like an extension, right? Like god. Yeah. Damn it's like, you know. You know, it'd be a real shame. If those footy leaks we had to take away these man city titles. It'd be a real shame. We had this band and destroy this team. I I would never wish that on mansion. I will. I will. I would never wish Manchester City to be completely destroyed by the footy leaks. But..

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"dismore" Discussed on KNST AM 790

KNST AM 790

04:09 min | 3 years ago

"dismore" Discussed on KNST AM 790

"But if that's the case, why do you then need hormonal intervention is transition or just feel more in alignment with the the sex that you identify as so I guess my biggest gripe from this whole thing is that you know, sex is about being male or female gender. It's how you feel in relation to your sex. But again, as I said for the vast majority of us are biologic logical sex does dictate our gender. So I don't think the three of us are necessarily that you know, things that differently than no, I'm using different terms to describe it, really the difficulty in politically. Incorrect question. If if Dismore, for instance, is we we say that it's bad to be anorexic because you're seeing your body in a way that is not reality. And it's dangerous. It doesn't it's not a healthy outlook. We see the stats of people who have gender dis Dismore via and the suicide rates are really bad having the sex change and everything else is not changing those suicide rates. So why are we taking the the gender Dismore FIA and say, hey, it's totally fine. When it's not it's not the suicide rates are bad. I would agree that that is commodity. I do think many people who are coming out as transgender nowadays. Probably have some other psychiatric condition that isn't being diagnosed because clinicians aren't able to do their job properly. So if someone comes into your clinic and says that they are transgender I don't work with patients anymore. But if someone comes in and says that they're transgender clinician really does have to take that out face value. They're not really allowed to ask questions because that's transphobic. So I think nowadays because it's seen a trendy to be trends that could be part of. And so if someone who has another form of psychopathology, it's manifesting is something that has to do gender, even genders Jewish said. But with regards to lie transitioning should be seen as something beneficial research does show for some people that can't help. I do think if other things have been ruled out that it can be beneficial for somebody. I think ultimately adult. It should be free to do what they want with their body. So do I don't get me wrong. So do I. But I think what I was getting to you've just answered is this trans-phobia, this this just hurting? Everybody into ask no questions is dangerous. It's just dangerous for people, and we should look in the end, you're an adult you do what you wanna do. And I'm fine with that. But just the silencing of thought and in this case science medicine, is is terrifying. Yeah. But any going back to the difference between gender disorients something like anorexia with people who are gender to sport their brains has been partially either Moscow. And is our seminar direction. I got the gender they identify right? The thing is these studies that show this in brain also completed with sexual orientation. So if you have a study on trans women say, so these are people who were born male, but identifies female, they are also tracking for the most part two men. So when you brain studies, we're still not clear on the differences. We're seeing are due to them identifying a female or due to them being sexually attracted to men because there are very strong neural correlates that are associated with sexual orientation. So that's the other thing that people aren't talking about is that this has a lot to do with sexual orientation being gay. And so the brain college that people are talking so much about how transgender gender is in the frame. It's not really accurate because we're. We don't know that for sure yet. Dr deborah. So thank you so much. I appreciate it. Always enlightening to talk to somebody who is. Not politically, correct. And doesn't agree with everything that you say, or you know,.

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"dismore" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

01:58 min | 3 years ago

"dismore" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"Data on the rate of bankruptcies among older people which is skyrocketed shocking stuff, and they covered so much data. But to me left out such an obvious angle. So state troubling. So as we can troubling back to this Snapchat, Dismore FIA, according to a JAMA article journal of American Medical Association, I think form of body Dismore fix disorder. BDO the conditions a mental disorder that causes people. And I quote to be extremely preoccupied with a preserved flaw and appearance that to others can't be seen or appears minor. That's not my problem. People said would say to me all the time. Geez. You gotta read knows right? And then they get into this. Today's, you know, lots of people who say, you know, I'm always worried about my thick neck or whatever as they say, what are you talking about today's generation can escape the Truman effect because from birth. They're born into an age of social platforms where their feelings of self worth can be based purely on the number of likes and followers that they have which is sick sickening. And it used to be only celebrities with a highly technical capabilities and people working for them could produce flawless envy inducing photos. But now that a lot of people are your friends classmates and family members, people are becoming more and more obsessed. You know, I I I've not done that. But like I admitted because I'm honest only because I don't know how if I if I if I had the app and knew how to do it. I probably would have probably better off not starting down that road 'cause I can see how you would start down that road. And in little by little you'd end up some place that you would think is weird. Yeah. Blaine once you start doing it on pictures. They'd have to keep it up. Right. Because then it'd be such a jarring difference. Watcherall picture, or or you, you know, you're you're at a certain weight gain some weight. Well, I'm gonna I'm gonna have. I'm going to shave off because I'll be back to my old wait a year.

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"dismore" Discussed on Talk 650 KSTE

Talk 650 KSTE

03:44 min | 3 years ago

"dismore" Discussed on Talk 650 KSTE

"Call one eight eight eight. NMLS aria Di. You're listening to the best of Armstrong and Getty. I want to talk about this really long, exhaustive and exhausting article. The New York Times did on the rate of bankruptcies among older people, which is skyrocketing. Shocking stuff, and they covered so much data. But to me left out such an obvious angle. So state troubling you troubling back to this Snapchat, Dismore fiesta, according to a JAMA article journal of American Medical Association. I think it's form of body Dismore disorder. The conditions a mental disorder that causes people. And I quote to be extremely preoccupied with the perceived flaw appearance that to others can't be seen or appears minor. That's not my problem. People said would say to me all the time g got a red nose. And then they get into this. Today's, you know, lots of people who say, you know, I'm always worried about my thick neck, or whatever they say, what are you talking about today's generation can't escape the Truman effect because from birth. They're born into an age of social platforms where their feelings of self worth can be based purely on the number of likes and followers that they have which is sick sickening. Yeah. And it used to be only celebrities with a highly technical capabilities and people working for them could produce flawless envy inducing photos. But now that a lot of people are your friends classmates and family members, people are becoming more and more obsessed. I I I've not done that. But like I admitted because I'm honest only because I don't know how if I if I if I had the app and knew how to do it. I probably would have probably better off not starting down that road because I can see how you'd start down that road. And in little by little you'd end up someplace that. You would think is weird. Yeah. Boy. And once you start doing it on pictures, they'd have to keep it up. Right. Because then it'd be such a jarring difference. Picture or are you, you know, you're you're at a certain weight new gained some weight. Well, I'm gonna I'm gonna have. I'm going to shave off because I'll be back to my old. Wait, you know, on a year goes by or two or five or ten and your changing, all your pictures? Look like your old wait the near just what are you doing? What are we doing? Yeah. It's weird to not have pictures of what we look like if you're a celebrity it makes perfectly. Good sense. That's part of your product. How you make a living just for your friends and family that aren't you? What is that? According to the annual American Academy of facial, plastic and reconstructive surgery survey sell fees continue to be a driving force be beyond. Why people wish to get plastic surgery done? Last year survey found fifty five percent of surgeons reported seeing patients who requested surgery to look better in self fees. That's thirteen percent up from the previous year. Wow. Wow. Yeah, we are becoming a very strange beast. We won't we leave our homes in the future. We will leave our homes. There'll be lots of pictures of us out there. But they don't look like us, right? Other people to see though, they'll never meet us because we don't leave our homes date or mate or anything. And they may be looking into those weird pictures of us at our funerals as people who get this disorder experience. Lifetime suicidal idealization and twenty four to twenty eight percent have attempted suicide not obsessed with how you look it's crazy. Yeah. Well, the number one selling apple.

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"dismore" Discussed on Here & Now

Here & Now

01:45 min | 3 years ago

"dismore" Discussed on Here & Now

"He's a gutter thinking people disappointed when they meet me. I'm actually not attractive without the editing on the t. not. So I used to have a white ring quos and my way to deciding in real life was to have Boto stick with a full had wrinkles and crow's feet around. The is, and then that led to other other prestigious as well. I wanted to have fillers. I had my teeth Watson's Lucy agreed that she later realized she was chasing something that wasn't real and decided to take a break from social media. The journal of the American Medical Association. JAMA is calling this a disorder Snapchat, this, morpheus and they say, the solution isn't always surgery. It could be a psychiatric intervention. Dr. Matthew Schulman is a plastic surgeon in private practice in New York. Dr. Schulman. Matthew welcome. Thank you very much for having me. So start with the fray Snapchat Dismore fiesta. It's a new version of body Dismore feud disorder which has been around for well, explain what that is. So body Dismore disorder is a recognized mental health condition where people become obsessed about a perceived imperfection of their body. The key with BDO body just morphine disorder is that that imperfection is usually only seen by the person, and it doesn't really. Really become obvious to other people. So we're talking about someone who looks pretty good and is obsessed because they think that there's something wrong with them that other people can't see. There are a lot of ethical questions there. I'm sure when you go along with them wanting to change something that is really imperceptible. Absolutely. I mean, as a plastic surgeon, we are trained obviously in surgery, but we also have a lot of training and recognizing people with be DD..

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"dismore" Discussed on Talk 650 KSTE

Talk 650 KSTE

02:04 min | 3 years ago

"dismore" Discussed on Talk 650 KSTE

"Talk about this really long exhaustive and exhausting article the New York Times data on the rate of bankruptcies among older people which is skyrocketing shocking stuff and they covered so much data but to me left out such an obvious angle so, state troubling so sweet you're troubling back to. This Snapchat Dismore few according to a, JAMA article journal of American Medical Association I think it's a, form of body Dismore disorder The conditions a mental disorder. That causes people and I quote to be extremely, preoccupied with preceived flaw appearance. That to others can't be seen or appears minor that's not my problem people said you'd say to. Me all the time g got gotta red nose And then they get into this today's you know lots of people who say I'm always worried about my thick neck or whatever, is they say what. Are, you talking about today's generation can escape the Truman effect because from birth they're born into an. Age of social platforms where their feelings of self? Worth can be based purely on the number of likes, and followers that they have which is sick sickening yeah. And it used to. Be only, celebrities with a highly technical capabilities and people working for them could Produce flawless envy inducing photos but now that a lot of, people are your friends. Classmates, and family members people are becoming more and more obsessed you know I I I've not done. That But like I admitted because I'm honest only because I don't know how if I if I if I had the app and knew how to do it I probably would. Have, probably. Better off not starting down that road because, I can see how you'd start down that road and and little by, little end up some place that you would think. Is weird yeah boy and once you start doing it on pictures then you'd. Have to keep it up right because, then at, the beach, such a jarring difference Picture or or you, you know you're at a certain weight new gain some weight well I'm, gonna I'm gonna have I'm going, to shave off because I'll be back to my old wait on. A, year.

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"dismore" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

KNBR The Sports Leader

01:46 min | 3 years ago

"dismore" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

"The spirit. Of. Barry Bonds can transcend a little bit into the. Game you think I would think so absolutely you're gonna have a fantastic. Crowd You got the hall of famers there. You got the class class so the. Class there and berry. In the history and what he's done what he's accomplished in the game it's, not a? Better day I mean. There's. There's players that played with them I don't know who, you've who you've talked to. All day, there's a lot of people in town Dismore teammates and they're not hall of famers just teammates and. Understanding the greatness they've watched every day I mean he is a guy that really. I was watching him What's going on. With the game they wanna walk. My they picked to this guy he'll hit one hundred home. Runs he'll, drive in two hundred and fifty, runs until four hundred That's what that's what fans pay to, watch and he was such a good hitter that if he gathered in. An advanced bad if he, got, one pitch that's the one or two or three pitches the whole game and he did damage with. That's fine tune and. Special of a hitter he. Was mechanically and mentally mentally strong. Spiritually and everything else to be able to go up there Walk into that box Dana's own two feet and deliver something? That you just maybe I probably never gonna, see again well be honest well all right stick around we'll take a break. We'll come back with Jack Clark boy a. Special day around the ballpark today is very special unless I'm pushing for that number, twenty two next I wanna, tell you that all right I am and it's not only, yours will the threat that for both of you and I honestly mean. That that number salt we'll talk, to your one into the hall of that's thank you very much Jewish sports hall of fame September sixteenth.

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"dismore" Discussed on WTMJ 620

WTMJ 620

05:44 min | 3 years ago

"dismore" Discussed on WTMJ 620

"With Jane Matenaer from Wisconsin's morning news we. Have more, it's called, Melissa Snapchat Dismore FIA, what is that so if you go on Snapchat, there's another app called. Face, tune and these. Are basically these editing programs you can use on photos of yourself you can remove every blemish you. Can make your nose, thinner you, can change the shape of. Your chin you can do, a lot of pretty, extreme alterations, in order to, make, yourself look how you think. You look your best sure now some plastic. Surgery have come forward. With this against. Snapchat this morpheus they say in in the past people. Would come to get plastic surgery and say I want. Jennifer Aniston's no that makes sense I want my cheekbones to look like so and so that's who we were getting our inspirations from but now, the Snapchat this Moravia Because these are all computer programs who are doing these alterations. Is that even possible gene well to some extent. But no these these doctors are concerned that people now are. Really blurring the. Line of reality and. Fantasy for. What's actually going? To be what they can actually, do and think about how unhealthy. This really is for any any girl. Boy anybody that's doing these face tune. Or whatever it is yeah. It's again there's already something called. Body just fiesta which is where the Snapchat. This Warfield comes from and that is someone who looks in the mirror and sees all of these flaws that are visible. To. No one but this individual and now that's what's happening with. This Snapchat, this morph, yet what I find, a really disturbing is a spokesperson for face time, said face are face. Tune, rather face toon. Said is actually breaking the illusion of perfect body ideals everyone from supermodels to your aunt is using. It everyone knows everyone, is using It arguing, arguing otherwise, is naive so we level the playing field for everyone Jane we must be out of the ordinary because I don't I'm not using it I'm not you're not using no I actually have this anti filter thing going on with, myself when I do post a picture on Facebook I. Want, it to, be a true picture of myself because, people are going to see you out in the, ballot and they're going to realize that well that photo isn't really what you look like I've seen photos of people, that alter their. Photos you see them in public and you're, like why. Did you do that because you're beautiful anyway well and for people again, if, you're if you're dating and if. Your data, online as you said once you make those alterations. On your on your picture once you meet them. In person they might go That doesn't look like does it look like you and I agree with you I think, it's, dishonest I do too and I think in. The long term I just don't see this being. Good for anyone it's giving people a complex, that they're not good enough? Or whatever their looks. Aren't, good enough and, that's, just not true and I want to say they're on, the flip side, there's another movement going on called no makeup movement if, you've seen that it's where people, are going up I know Alicia Keys I don't know if she's part of the movement but she doesn't. Wear makeup and her skin. Looks great and a lot of people don't even realize. She's not wearing makeup so I say let's do. That Jane let's do well maybe minimum make my makeup At least. No filters right at least no filter and good heavens what's gonna be, next you're. Gonna ask for like bunny. Ears puppy ears because he can. Do that on Snapchat Snapchat yeah yeah so, let's not do that and again nothing against. Wanting to be your best look your best but I. Think we are setting ourselves up for. Enormous failures and disappointments nobody's, perfect none, of us. Are perfect that's what makes us also wonderful that, was Jane Matenaer from Wisconsin's morning news but that's a. Good topic to bring up a lot of people use filters to. Smooth their skin, you guys use them. To guys. Use, I was just looking at Mostly, women. I. Don't. Know why anyone would ever. Do this, you use a filter it makes you, look like someone. That you're not like a supermodel if you're ever going to meet that, person in. Real life how could you. Use the filter and then meet. Them and you don't look like Jane said, on those dating apps people see those photos. And they think that's what they're getting when they meet. You you meet them and you're like. Wait a second double take Kind of like the sister of the person that I met where she or, or on those sites they do photos from ten years. Ago well that's not you oh my gosh dad but on, the on these space tune things those are just a little little. Weird for me yeah that is a little odd the pennant race continues as a brewers welcome the. Padres de Miller park for a three game. Set, Mr. baseball Bob euchre's on the call our coverage starts at six thirty five. Tonight on, WTMJ news. About your money on this Tuesday afternoon Brad Allen with the WTMJ Drake and associates market update US stocks rose today as, investors focused. On positive corporate earnings brushing aside anxiety over the. Trade war between the, US and China the Dow Jones industrial average gained one hundred twenty. Six points as Caterpillar climb more than two percent the s., and p. five hundred rose point two eight percent and? The NASDAQ composite advanced point three one percent is alphabet rose, one point four percent the volatility index considered to be the best gauge of fear. In the market fell to its, lowest level since. January sixteenth Discovery Inc shares. Dropped, five percent today. After the company, reported. Second quarter earnings that missed expectations, but revenue? That beat boosted by doubling in the US networks. Marietta, international Inc shares dropped three. Point seven percent today as the hotel, chain second quarter revenue fell short snap reported its second quarter earnings today. After the bell despite beating. Estimates on revenue and earnings per share snap lost daily activity users this past quarter has it faces, increased competition from rivals in new data regulations for Drake. And associates I'm Brad Allen financial advisor for NewsRadio WTMJ today's,.

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"dismore" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

08:44 min | 3 years ago

"dismore" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"Keeping an eye on Paul manafort's. Financial fraud. Trial today Rick gates his former friend continues to roll on Paul Manafort telling jurors how he spent years disguising millions of dollars in foreign income as loans to lower. Paul manafort's tax Bill Rick gates is, the government's star witness and he talked about how he and Manafort would use offshore shell companies and Bank accounts to funnel the money all while concealing those accounts and. Income from the IRS I think this is done All the time Yes well I think there's the scope of which are the magnitude of this is probably not matched. By by many I think it's probably matched by A few hundred thousand maybe So. Snapchat is a bad thing. It's not a horrible thing have you gotten year journal? From the American Medical Association JAMA journal yet this this month It might be stacked underneath my garden and gun magazine that I have That's an actual Maga's get through garden and gun you will see research. In, your Jamma research from Boston University school of medicine's department of dermatology, oh I. Love their stuff and it's all about what they call Snapchat Dismore FIA It's causing widespread concern among experts. Who are worried about not the plastic surgery customers they're about to get but. The people who are suffering bruised damaged self esteem as a result of not actually looking like. The pictures. That appear on Snapchat or Instagram and cetera it used. To be that people would bring photos of celebrities. To plastic surgeons now they're bringing photos of themselves through filters to plastic surgeons to try and. Look, like that it's interesting we're like in a world of people wanting. To look Heavily filtered edited edited and we're also in a world of people who are having a hard time with. Models and airbrushing and there's this big craze to post pictures of yourself without. Makeup that's a big thing in the celebrity world to let people know what real women look. Like and. It's not the airbrush pictures you see in the magazines And listen I, don't I don't even understand this well I guess I understand this. Here's this if you look at Snapchat as an example Instagram to a and other photo editing. Apps that you have will allow. You to do things like Add flour crowns or, puppy ears but they'll do other stuff. I mean obviously you're not going, to go to the plastic surgeon get puppy yours. But. Maybe they give you freckles or the app will elongate your eyelashes in, the, picture or. Your eyes. Get wider or the skin. Flaws, are all gone there are. Apps like. Face tune they take things a step further, for three ninety nine you can have access to a whole host of editing tools like teeth whitening It will make your forehead smaller why do you. Say that with this thing song, voice because you lament all the time about the. Size. Year forehead I don't see it as an issue but you have a little Sing song voice you have body Dismore fiesta with your forehead no you think it's much larger than it is. I mean it's a big forehead. Let's be clear but it's not an issue? The neighbor asked me to stand at the end of his driveway so. That he could project the movie on, my forehead for his kids That's just him picking up on. Your body just morpheus and using it to screw with you now most people use these filters or editing software for simple things like you clear up a, blemish, that you have maybe your lips are, plumped whatever it is but then you take this to a, plastic surgeon and you say I want this and I want it now I, want all, these little this and that and this, and that and that I want him gone and the plastic surgeons are in a position like listen I, could potentially and eventually do it, but it's gonna take you a lot more than a week and it's not going to. Be one hundred percent like an app would be you know it's crazy. When you think about it could we grew. Up, looking at ourselves in the mayor's completely imperfect. And with, all of all of. That go all, of that going on but. Kids really have grown up today looking at themselves through filters through filters on apps and so maybe they're looking at that more than there Looking at what's really in the mirror and so they're seeing. These imperfections as not just the normal way things are Well I'm part of that is the most, popular Instagram accounts are usually perfect people but, there are no such things but their images are that they're perfect people and I don't know how you convince look I have. A fifteen, year old daughter and how do. I convince her that, the most attractive quality is not how she looks I mean I don't have, any? Problem with I, think she's beautiful, but that's not what is the most attractive quality for her or for anybody right? It's it's, gonna be her self-esteem her confidence going into a room it. Can she, hold her own in a conversation I mean. Those are the things that make it so much more important. I mean. Those those, things are so much more important you can't Snapchat. That you can't. Instagram how confident you are at least I mean you could write it and. You could put some I don't know I the being obsessed with. Social media Images like, that is a dangerous dangerous place to be especially if you're. In that, those formative years where you're trying to figure. Out where you belong well and that's why it's so odd. To me. That we're, dealing with this now when there is so much. Attention on it's. Not the way that you look and You know with the with the, no makeup sell fees and there's so much of that going on because there's all the backlash about, models in the airbrushing and they look perfect and that's the idea of a perfect woman and so now we've seen, the plus size models in the nowhere brushing And this one, eighty and direction we still go for there was a survey done if they do it every? Year for the American Academy of facial plastic and reconstructive surgery? Industry and, last year the survey found that fifty five, percent of surgeons reported seeing patients who requested surgery to look better and sell fees and you go in there and they, give you a little form and why do. You want why do you want plastic surgery and the fifty five percent Of surgeon say. That they saw. People write, down I want. To look better and sell fees and it's. Not just a it's not just something like I don't. Feel good about how I look that in some of these cases a study published in two thousand seven and primary psychiatry. Found that eighty, percent of people who go so far as to actually fall into the category of body Dismore Vic disorder experience lifetime, suicidal idealization and twenty four to twenty eight percent have attempted suicide that's why it's I mean? It's that serious that's why your forehead is beautiful to us You can pick me cry Coming up next a story that you work at a do the story yesterday you said you couldn't. Do it on your own I don't I don't want to see uncomfortable does make, me uncomfortable it's a dating. Service, that doesn't rely well I mean I guess going off of what, we were just talking about it's not all about looks no. It's about smells and makes perfect sense to me Fair, amounts are very important when it comes next her husband and, apologize on your how many. Times, do you have that feeling a day a day Too many problems Gary. And Shannon in for Bill Handel this morning Jennifer without here's the. Latest on. The heat and fires in California forecasters are, warning people in southern California keep cool and stay safe during the peak of this heat wave excessive heat warnings are in effect for most areas today the holy fire that started near holy Jim canyon Enosis.

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NFL's first male dancers will hit the sidelines this season

KC O'Dea Show

06:40 min | 3 years ago

NFL's first male dancers will hit the sidelines this season

"For the podcast Read this article CNN and they're talking about how this is the year For the first time ever the, sidelines of at least two NFL teams will be adorned with male cheerleaders Which it ultimately I don't know that. That's really that big of a deal considering whenever I go over to like the state game or whatever There's cheerleaders and then they have the male cheerleaders Or, if you, go over to go watch Carolina play You can, buy shoes so That's. Good How do you know or? Heading, not no To not sell your? Shoes Thirteen players have received some some sort of suspension But the sports show not today so, I don't know if it's big of a deal but it's the New Orleans Saints in the Los, Angeles Rams who will have the first year Leers but they're interviewing one of the first. People who was selected to be male NFL cheerleader His name, is Napoleon Jenny's j. an ES it's just one of the oddest Dame's I've ever seen And his dance partner is Quinton Perrone Yes Polian Jenny's. Who's very excited so can't believe him one of the first meals in history to be a pro NFL cheerleader Other teams like the Indianapolis Colts Baltimore Ravens stunt stuntman what about stunt women See we can we can. Go down this road all frigging day people. Hold on somebody's mad at, me, let's, see what this. Is due to do What's wrong see this is telling you I don't. Want to? Get into Alex Jones thing This is via Twitter Casey if the government can utilize the commerce clause to force, us, to accept men pain in the ladies room Shirley they can, utilize the. Same clause to regulate social media platforms prevent discrimination Do, I, need to explain the the nine different problems that I have with that line of thinking so the personal, search, like if you don't like something why would you want more, of it That's that's what I, that's what I have a hard time Wrapping my head around if you're, mad that you feel that government overreached And there's many people who do Then why would you demand that government overreach more So we're gonna, have to part ways at least on this one but I appreciate you reaching, out A growing number of, people are requesting. Look like they're Snapchat filters Ross what were you doing very busy there a moment ago enter Twitter and all of a sudden swoon. Phone down lily dogs or something like your cats stupid for years Well according, to, let's, see Gordon the, story here patients pre it used to be with patients were going to plastic surgeon they would bring an exist like going to get your haircut like oh for, the magazine I wanna. Look like her. Patients who do they would bring images of celebrities consultations with the? Doctors, to point out attractive features, the day themselves would like like, I'd love? Her nose that makes. Sense but with. Snapchat and the filters that you, could put on there yes the dog and cat ones although that's more of Instagram thing isn't it I don't even. Know I don't use? I don't use using this crap, but I do know that those annoy the crap out of me when women make themselves look like a dog It's creepy so I don't think that that's what we're talking about what we're talking about is that on the Snapchat you you have like face, slimming filters okay so. You can you. Can you can slim down and he gives some examples here or? You, can you can make your, lips fuller you can do all, this and? You can create a. Picture of you. To share with your friends so, it's not technically a picture of you and they actually have a name for it it's called Snapchat Dismore FIA And it has patients. Seeking out cosmetic surgery to look like the filtered versions of themselves fuller lips bigger is their knows. You get the gist Marquis sent me a video of Lincoln sends me Snapchat video of. Him in the. Morning yes Today I guess, the filter is you can dance with the torquing peanut so if you go in? Can can they give you the torquing peanut look what is that show is he is. He's dancing and next to him as a torquing next to him he has not been no, not filtered him to look like a torquing peanut. Right Here's the answer the tour peanut That's pretty, oh raises some questions? Like where how would it be how would it? Peanut, learned a. Torque weird app. Yes it is Alarming. Trends say, doctors, because those filtered selfie is, often present an unattainable? Look the blurs the line of reality, and fantasy? For, these patients Trying to figure, out this, this, is the snap. Tensions morpheus said actually accepted or is that just I you know. What the journal, of America l. JAMA so I yeah I guess so I. Guess, that's what they're calling in journal the American Medical Association so All. Right That's where. That's horrific Give me a favor take your, kids phones and smash and when the hammer Done that's good parenting Peanut when. You get home Nope allergies I just assume I have them because everyone. Does. Now, okay well that's that's a. Good, point Great their. Touch. Next, hang on everybody he's.

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"dismore" Discussed on Movin 92.5

Movin 92.5

02:56 min | 3 years ago

"dismore" Discussed on Movin 92.5

"You're not familiar, Snapchat lets you alter your pictures or video with different filters that add special effects your, face like making your is huge or making you look like you have a glowing angel halo on or. Whatever Doctor said quote Snapchat Dismore fiesta has patients, seeking out cosmetic surgery to look like filtered versions of themselves with fuller lips bigger eyes and thinner knows We're all. Gonna eventually look like cartoons The researcher said quote this is an alarming trend because those, filtered self is often present in unattainable look and are blurring a line. Of reality and fantasy for these patients they say it's. Definitely a sign of a big change people used to look, at celebrities for inspiration for plastic surgery and, now they're just looking at Snapchat filters which is still kind of looking at celebrities because all of. Those pictures are heavily filtered as well Filter the filter once you get the plastic. Surgery what do you look like who knows yeah this next. Laser story is out of romance central g., q. magazine just published the results of a survey asking women which qualities make up the ideal man They. Found nine characteristics that are necessary and for that are pretty, important but not crucial so if you want to start working your. Way toward becoming Ryan Gosling here's how it works the nine necessary qualities. Are honesty kindness intelligence a good, sense of humor blue is? The ability? To. Speak two languages being a romantic not being a vegetarian and being a good listener behind all that but the blue is where people all about blue eyes Not being vegetarian's important yeah The four pretty important but not as important qualities, are driving a European? Car A job that requires you. To wear a suit a, college degree and being, clean shaven now I'm not I'm not with this one Against those ones So you can work on most. Of those things although having blue eyes could be out, of your control but you could get some contacts or something Or Snapchat the blue eyes is really straight yeah that's the, only real thing that was about looks on their it. Was the blue is everything else was just about. What kind of job you have a car you drive, not eating only vegetables and things like that Like there wasn't even like you must have a six pack or like nice, packs are like those cut lines on your hips nothing Basically learn language stop being a vegetarian by. Volvo Shave and listen to people once in a while and, you should be the ultimate man Now some big big goals too Wow Guys That's the sound of a. Turtle humping shoe Laser stories Come to an end for, the day same.

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"dismore" Discussed on Z104

Z104

04:02 min | 3 years ago

"dismore" Discussed on Z104

"Dollars that'd be so awesome on a Monday, morning two hundred thousand dollars before you even got to. Work you walk in there and be, like I'm taking the day. Off I don't know if I go to the outlet mall, Monday why? Call, yeah that's that's a. U-turn or you get a flat tire by Dr over stuff until you get a flat would always be. Bad I'd be. Lying Iran Makarov the lesser. Bricks You like go bigger No I'm like listen tat by Bill and. My whole face die so I will not be in today great. Segment You said your car flew of British. Was the biggest lie you've ever. Committed to One time. I got out of a party by saying I have leave and vacuum my room I didn't know Bridge idea yeah I would even go as far as like telling them it will be on the news later and make sure you. Don't miss it Check prayers I would have like a fake Karna side of a beach that I like Well let's do that tomorrow morning for? Pointless poll question let's what is the biggest lie you ever seriously committed to F.. Why we'll. Be sending you a text tonight that's something happened to me I gotta get. To this story though about Snapchat Dismore. FIA now we've talked about this before you don't know what it is Snapchat Dismore few, is when patients seek out cosmetic. Surgery because they wanna look like not, themselves but the filtered versions of themselves the ones that you see on Snapchat fuller lips. Bigger is thinner knows according to retaliate from the Boston University school of medicine there's been a huge increase in the. Number of people who are getting plastic surgery to look like they're Snapchat filter it's unbelievable, said it's an alarming trend because those filtered. Southeast? Present an. Unattainable look real just going into I wanna look. Like Barbie right all right You said you know the. Big changes people used to want to look like celebrities when you go to class desertion these is bringing Lena Jolie. Lip whatever I say now they're bringing in Snapchat filters gonna make me look like this, I would like you to surgically attach a. Crown? Of roses So that there there forever Have you won't and you wanna look like a gremlin Have you seen that Gizmo The man that wanted to look like a? Cat. Yes You gotta get, teeth shaved Ohio I went to look like a snake and he cut his tongue in. Half Oh that's gross Take it out, with that guy Google snake. Tongue, on human yeah I probably. Will, never do Can you tell us? That, Google so I usually don't Say It's so nasty. Still I wonder if he gets a lot of girlfriends with. That I'm When we come back one thousand dollars for you plus the Spice Girls concert photo from years ago that somebody dug out of their archives and realized they took a picture with celebrity that. They, didn't even know was the liberty and something went ludicrous at whole foods that story next the, only way you can take one or four with you is the radio dot com. App download it today. And listen to, us anytime, anywhere. From the supernova Tim weather center I'm meteorologist Jeremy Wheeler your forecast, today partly cloudy skies we'll see a few showers and storms popping up during the afternoon but not. Too many highs will be ninety. Humid wind southeast five to ten miles an hour tonight partly cloudy with. A straight evening, shower lows, will, be in the mid seventies when south five to ten. And for Tuesday partly cloudy skies isolated shower storm in the afternoon with. Highs and lows nineties heat index will be..

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"dismore" Discussed on TalkRadio 630 KHOW

TalkRadio 630 KHOW

09:53 min | 3 years ago

"dismore" Discussed on TalkRadio 630 KHOW

"Public service. Announcement I if it looks like a hand grenade in it feels like a hand. Grenade it might Handgrenade This out in the UK to men diced with death at, dice not dance diced when they started playing catch with a live hand grenade that they assumed was a. Fake, yeah I would think so. Too I've seen grenades without anything in. Them it's just a piece of. Lead, James Oliver. Twenty four runs his own waste removal business and they found a World War Two weapon as he was clearing a house as a. Laugh he chucked it at his workmate Connor mayor twenty two who caught it And threw it back Yeah what else would you do an enjoyable, game of catch ensued but it was only later that they learned the grenade was live in a bomb disposal expert had to come and blow it up So, the he found many things while working including guns but he's never seen a grenade before quote ready here it is the quote quote We. Didn't think it was, real We were. Driving around with it all day. We threw it. At each other a few times it was only then when James showed the grenade to a friend who is an honorary police officer in the area that. Alarm bells began to ring, ring I jokingly said to him I might. Have a grenade in the van you didn't think I was being real. At first when he saw it He put out cones around the van called the police bomb disposal officer who was a bit of a shock when I realized it was. Real the bomb disposal officers, said we had done the right thing to. Call but taking it on an island tour was not a great idea The front seat of the van it was in good condition Could I got taped, up to make it secure I removed it to another location put a small charge. On it and destroyed it So they've been? In touch with the owners of. The house to inform them about what they discovered Didn't know anything about it they think someone put it in there First of all I would like to know How one can get a grenade. Who wouldn't want a grenade It's a grenade You, pull the pin Throw. It it. Goes boom it's everything. A guy would want Yeah Women don't get. It I would love to play with who wouldn't want to play with her live. Grenade I, mean actually pull the pin and throw. It See how long it. Takes goes so when I think grenade I think the good old fashioned you know. What I, think they called it a pineapple grenade It's basically perforated? With with slices up and down and across And those things. Become shrapnel the idea of a. Grenade is you throw it it throws shrapnel in every direction Hopefully killing the people. You're trying to kill that's why That's why they. Have it Then later I think they developed a grenade that. Looks more like a baseball it's smooth on the outside and has some weird thing that sticks. Out that has the pin If I understand the mechanics of it which I might not understand perfectly It's basically A long fuse in that you pull, the pin Which you can put back in by the way but if, you pull the pin and then release the handle which is spring loaded it It makes, a spark which lights a fuse the fuse takes x.. Amount of time I don't know how long it is before it hits the explosive which I imagining is what c. four. Or something inside and since it's contained inside it just blows, up every direction throwing, shrapnel Pretty pretty. Nasty stuff That's why in war when you jump on, one of these you you get. A medal of honor when you jump on her grenade you get you get a medal of honor You don't survive but. You get a medal. Of honor so it's always a good way, to good way to do that. You've had an experience with these I'd love to know how they really work I. Imagine there are different types of, grenades for different, types of jobs I think of the. Old pineapple grenade World War Two grenade you drop them down the. Foxhole jump on top of the. Nazi tank you open it up and you And you drop a grenade down there and hope. They don't throw it back out And then what was it the German grenades that look like little batons Throw it in big huge thing Guys like things, that go bang it's. Just it's it's in our nature I'm surprised these guys didn't, pull the pin if, in fact It was there it could have been a completely inert Grenade I mean the. Bomb? Squad Cup bomb squads loved to blow. Things up why because mostly guys work on bomb. Squads they don't want to defuse something It's easier to blow things up so so they blow it up and when they blow it up everybody's, happier they get a blow something up you can't be re blown up and even if, it wasn't going to, blow up in the first pay first, place there's no proof of that and they can write down. On all, their measurements that they they disarmed a bomb which might not. Have? Been a bomb who knows if there. Was actually any explosive in it You could go to Army surplus stores and you could. Buy an empty grenade I've seen a million of these and they're just hollow because it's just it's. Just a hunk lead So if you could get the innards perhaps you could make your own grenade So if you found a grenade what would you do Yeah you have, to play with it I don't see these guys are. Stupid I just see them. As, well you know what guys do My. Right three zero three. Seven one three eight two five. Five seven one three talk You've, done this, haven't you Have you ever? Seen the Little office prop It. Says complete department. Take a number the number one is strapped onto the pin of a grenade It's it's good stuff Oh and just to. Get? Us off started right Do you know. What Snapchat is no you're too old to note Snapchat is your kid or your grandkid knows what Snapchat is and, you take pictures and. Snapchat have what are called I think called filters and so you take a picture of, yourself or your take a picture of somebody else and you can make them have bug eyes or you can have them have flowers coming out of their. Hair or, make, their, face look like a fish you. Know, it's it's it's a fun thing to do Let's see how about this one A new. Phenomenon called. Snap. Chat Dismore FIA that's right snap Trat Dismore FIA is driving people to seek plastic surgery based on what they. Look like. With Snapchat filters according To writings of three dermatologists from the Boston University school of medicine and increasing number, of patients are seeking out, snap chat inspired plastic surgery quote Snapchat Dismore. Fiesta as. Patients, seeking out cosmetic surgery to look like the filtered versions of themselves with fuller lips bigger eyes than our. Noses This is an alarming trend because those filtered sell fees are often present often present an unattainable look and are blurring the lines, of reality and, fantasy, for, these patients in the past patients seeking plastic surgery surgery that is heavily relied on the looks of celebrities for inspiration not photo filters Yup So either we we ban Snapchat or or.

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"dismore" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

01:56 min | 3 years ago

"dismore" Discussed on KGO 810

"Um introducing me to pornography um the uh alewine a awhile instant messenger um and on the internet he would send me um naked pictures of himself uh and quote what i did to him um so the the cybersex gradually snowballed into me having to meet him before morning swim practice before everybody else got there in the swim off so he could show me what i did to him and then you know sexually assault me um and this was all before so in practice and then i would have to get in and put a happy strong girl face on air and swim my bought off and if there wasn't a fast enough i was little i was called names he would throw shares and throws you know swim bubis and it boards um he even went as far as feeding off of one of my nightmares that i had uh of you know how having a agog colour around my neck and he thought it would be a funny idea to have me opted out and put the dog cormet not in swim a couple of laughable he held the leash it's that kind of sick power that you know it's just mindboggling as to how how this was acceptable clearly usa swimming needs to be torn down to its roots and gymnastics million gymnastics ja in either rebuilt urges broken up in in dismore that can be manage and as you say they're still not serious about rooting this rang out near opinion no absolutely not i mean everybody you know susan war listener listener just stepped down um you know she was part.

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"dismore" Discussed on PRI's The World

PRI's The World

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"dismore" Discussed on PRI's The World

"Oh to annual did woman accused of witchcraft you know something that was very very prominent in a traditional african societies dan what idrissa wanteed actively to show and these one you know running line of peace moviemaking to shine a light on the african issues african traditionally shoot site release used at where there and force people who are watching to think about what he's going on and i think that what he wanted here to do is to to say that does no such thing as which graft so he uds storytelling to tackle some of the year believes that dawn's stan scientific challenges so real stories of real people from burkina fasso what's been the reaction what what have you heard from burkina fasso to his death while i mean depraved in himself depression of bukina faso a sad that uh east debt wars a tremendous loss to the entire county and he went on to say that particularly for the movie industry dismore world of the movie industry in burkina fashionable that was really huge a blow but of course you would hear for example people who worked alongside him like the actor rusmana where drug he's one of the famous actors locally there who played in that the arbor phelim that you were talking about he really lamented he's passing away saying that a big blow bob and you know what the bellbottoms used agree huge tree actually in west africa that a bow bob of the bukina faso cinema harsher followed you know it's interesting that idrissa ouedraogo should die this particular weekend with with so much of africa and america and the filmgoing world talking about black panther right now i mean this is a hollywood production with some.

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"dismore" Discussed on TV Avalanche

TV Avalanche

02:12 min | 4 years ago

"dismore" Discussed on TV Avalanche

"Yeah ordinarily i have very little tolerance for pogs but those were so well done i'd federal plot of love it yet good place still a pretty and shell yet we'll talk about that in a couple of weeks after maybe next week after this week's episodes aired advocate dismore spoilers about stopped short short but date speakers boilers see i can do trash hey treads as i can in transitions we have that curb your enthusiasm is back after a long long hiatus longer than usual even verse show that is known for long hiatus is we did not get screeners for the shows i know you went to an event and saw two episodes right yeah i saw the that aired last night and i've seen the season's fifth episode okay so do you see them out of order uh yeah because b a lot of the season's apparently serialised spinning out of stuff that we saw happen embassies in premier editors a one or two episodes later on that don't really touch on it so larry filtered faith to screen one of those for the public okay so i've only see one you've seen to it's pretty good to have these guys back right uh i would even go so far say it's per day particular alma gosh yes yes i know it would steer the premier i liked it i didn't love it might i don't know that i would lo i loved the fifth episode either but i really enjoyed it they were happy they felt like curb your enthusiasm episodes in a way that a lot of these revivals and we could do we can argue later about whether this even as a revival but in a way a lot of these shows that come back after lord have away fueled kind of like very imitating what they use to do this just felt like an episode of curb your enthusiasm and there's a lot of funny selfie it it and so many good guest actors both people we know like ted danson and do people like harry browne steam i was i was really happy with it you i thought it was good i thought it was gonna be a wasn't i don't think he was my favorite lately i wouldn't put it in the top ten curb episodes of all time or anything i think you know there were some things that kind of didn't quite.

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