23 Burst results for "impulsivity"

Vincent Jackson's brain to be donated for CTE research

Rush Limbaugh

00:46 sec | 2 months ago

Vincent Jackson's brain to be donated for CTE research

"Out about the death of former Bucks wide receiver Vincent Jackson. Medical Examiner's report out, says Jackson may have been dead for his longest, three days before anyone at the Homewood Suites and Brandon called for help. Hotel staff actually entered his room twice in the days before thinking he was sleeping in the chair. Meanwhile, Jackson's family now says his brain is being donated to the Boston CTE study, which researches the effects of severe concussions, Cognitive impairments, behavioral abnormalities. Marked mood instability, depression, anxiety, behavioral impulsivity, USF neuropsychologist Michael Schoenberg tells news channel athe effects of CTE can only be studied after the victim dies. Clearwater is putting

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Vincent Jackson's brain to be donated for CTE research

South Florida's First News with Jimmy Cefalo

00:53 sec | 2 months ago

Vincent Jackson's brain to be donated for CTE research

"This is, according to a new medical examiner's report. His body was found in the Homewood Suites and Brandon Monday, and hotel staff actually introduced room twice in the days before mistakenly thinking he was asleep in a chair. Jackson's family says his brain is being donated to the Boston CTE study, which researches the effects of severe concussions, Cognitive impairments, behavioral abnormalities. Uh, mark mood instability, depression, anxiety, behavioral impulsivity. Nero. Psychologist Michael Schaumburg at US F. Says the effects of CTE can only be studied after the victim dies. The sheriff's office says Jackson's family indicated he may have suffered from chronic Alcoholism. Upon 7 34. The N H. L is headed for the great outdoors this weekend. The league is

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Vincent Jackson's brain donated to Boston University's CTE Center

AM Tampa Bay

00:55 sec | 2 months ago

Vincent Jackson's brain donated to Boston University's CTE Center

"Former Buccaneers star receiver Vincent Jackson may have been dead for three days before anyone called for help. That's according to a new medical examiner's report. Jackson's body was found in the Homewood Suites in branded on Monday, and hotel staff actually entered his room twice in the days before. Mistakenly thinking he was sleeping in a chair. Jackson's family says his brain is being donated to the Boston CTE study, which researches the effects of severe concussions. Cognitive impairments be behavioral abnormalities. Uh, mark MOOD instability, depression, anxiety, behavioral impulsivity, neuropsychologist Michael Schaumburg at USF, telling News Channel eight effects of CTE can only be studied actor and the victim dies. Sheriff's office says Jackson's family indicated he may have suffered from chronic

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Dude Chat with Eli Weinstein, LMSW

Not Another Anxiety Show

09:57 min | 1 year ago

Dude Chat with Eli Weinstein, LMSW

"Welcome everyone to not another anxiety. Show I'm Eric Letham and I am here today with Mr Elliot Weinstein Gene Kelly. How are you good? I thought I lost I had been mispronouncing your name. You know I had been calling the ally but as we'll see it's How do you pronounce your full first name for those? That probably can't like me. The first full name is Eliana which is a Hebrew name but everyone knows me Ellie Ellie not I love that well. Ellie is graciously joining us today. He is a social worker. Therapist worked in a psychiatric hospital intensive outpatient clinic and currently works in community clinics in Queens. He He created elevation which I had my hold this whole time and my had been pronouncing allieviation dot org but its elevation. And we're going to link you to the show notes and everything like that but you've created that site to help fill a need for those struggling and to add extra inspiration and motivation evasion into everyday life. He has gone through his own struggles with anxiety. E. D. H. D. and men's issues being new dad body image issues relationships in general self-esteem incompetence just to name a few I. His main goal is to help people on their journey to add support. Care empathy expertise not insight. He Runs Events Seminars and individual coaching on topics from Mental Health Awareness Public Speaking Coaching relationship coaching and incompetence boosting. So thank you so much for being here. Were always excited to have somebody so passionate about what they do. And I'm personally excited to have a dude on the show so hello hey thanks for having me anytime so you do a lot. You're busy guy dumped the more than others via and you are in new daddy said right. Maybe ricky is almost eight months Iraqi. Okay well that's funny age when they can sit up and start laughing at everything and now she's going through a wonderful sleep progression which is so rich. Well like I mentioned before you and I record. I've been craving real conversations with real people about the real lives lives and passions and struggles and always pumped. I'm always intrigued. When someone's struggle becomes how they make a difference in the world old and it seems like you're really on the path to doing that? You're you're really making a difference in fact you were just on the Kelly Clarkson show which is super exciting. Yeah and rumor has it. She's Pretty Nice. It's a nice actually nice you know. Yeah Yeah I'd scoop into who is nice and who wasn't from the drivers that took me to and from the airport to give you all the fun conversation Asian or next time you're on that's what we're GonNa talk about just a list McConnell so elliot how did you get into in this world of you know this passion of of making mental health better author growing grown up. I was you know pushed onto taking medication from. ADHD seeing psychiatrists psychologists therapists going through the struggles of not really getting social cues impulsivity issues. being extremely emotional which is one of the side effects of Having Adhd and one of the powers and it took give me a long time to understand that what I was going through was was powerful and that is a superpower that I try to utilize that I am more social being being now because of all those struggles am very much in tune in self aware to my emotional states and could talk to the wall if need be Because of those powers have and that being said I love helping people. It is something that I believe is my passion by purpose. Listen life is to be a loving and caring to those that need it and it's something that has driven me to do a lot of things and push myself further and further further. What I'm doing everyday I don't know I have heard anyone else? Describe their emotions and the like the emotional journey that you you go through and have gone through as a superpower but honestly that's that's the way I feel I'm coming up on five years of recognizing my own struggle with anxiety specifically and I celebrate every single year because it's my superpower. You're it's exactly how I'm GonNa make a difference in the world so that's really really cool That you mentioned that and we got where there is not the sort of thinking of as silly as it is and it's actually not silly at all. I mean there's all these amazing you know Marvel Superhero movies and shows and Netflix series of origin stories. And and isn't that the hero's journey is is you know it's it's messy and it's gritty and it. It's there's a point to it you know I mean even the greatest greatest superhero. I don't WanNa get into conversation right now. You'd see but I I have a lot of friends and myself who are huge fans of both but if we look at the classic Superhero Superman who was born with. These powers wasn't powerful on his own planet but until he came to the struggles Argos of earth and was an outcast. Did he learn who he truly was. I need to have a whole another. So are we already have an episode. You're coming back on to talk about being a dad which we haven't even mentioned where you're coming back on and tell us while terrible celebrities are and now you're coming we're GONNA come on we're GonNa talk about marvel versus DC but that's a whole lesson that we're summer planned So I don't WanNa lose the threat of the the hero's journey but it's it's making me think of something else. which is you're very open and honest and you and you said that before we hit record open book you've been through so much Why why is it hard? And this is such a huge question. And I don't mean to spring something so loaded on you but it seems hard. Let me let me rephrase it seems so hard for men to be emotionally honest. I'm a woman I happen to be a gay woman who doesn't have a problem being tough. That's sort of my world you know but I have the. I have the emotional flexibility to do that and it sort of seems unfair. Seems unfair that we we live in a culture and are you still in New York. I'M IN UPSTATE NEW YORK. You are because you said that you work in Queens. It's you know being in the northeast. Being in America we have a culture scenes of a demanding vulnerability from everyone including shooting men and not really allowing that You know as I think Bernie Brown says I love her name. Brown says something about we want men to sort of die on the white horse Do you being one being a man at all period And to being a a man in this world being a therapist I mean what do you what do you think that is that our culture. What a big question and I was Kinda love that you quoted first of Albany Brown who I loved one day Renee Brown? If you're listening a looking at you but she's listening. I got my little hat right now. For what the person that I always loved to quote when it comes to men's issues and I talk to once in a while. He's amazing resource. His name is Louis House and one of the things that he talks about in his books mask of masculinity is caused of for years before any of us were around back in the long longtime ago ago men were known as the strong one the Nubia man being no be strong stand up fight for the family protect us. It was. This is idea of strength. which on the roles have adjusted changed? Moved whatever you would like to put a word word to it and it's not only just the man who can do that and probably wasn't the man who could do that back in the day either but just what is a was assigned but that is the issue when it is looked at as weakness for some reason emotions and I declined today who told me that he was crying. His wife for twenty minutes straight and he was embarrassed really why because he said. You can't cry. I gotta be strong for her. I said No. It's okay to cry because you're struggling and you need her to support you

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"impulsivity" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

KLIF 570 AM

02:01 min | 2 years ago

"impulsivity" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

"One failure to conform to social norms with respect to lawful behaviors as indicated by repeatedly performing acts the grounds for arrest. Didn't Obama smoke. Dope. Wasn't that illegal at the time? Yeah. I could give it three other things he did to deceitfulness as indicated by repeated lying use of aliases or conning others for personal profit. A pleasure. That will be Bernie Sanders. Pretending to be straight honest, man, when everyone knows a doofus lazy hippie bum three impulsivity or failure to plan ahead. How could he boy that Donald Trump for irritability and aggressiveness as indicated by repeated physical Pfizer assaults? How does that apply to Trump five reckless disregard for safety of self or others that doesn't apply to him six consistent their responsibility indicated by repeated failure to sustain consistent work behavior or honor financial obligations. You know, there's so much projection in this by Conway's frightening, in my opinion, seven lack of remorse. Eight oh, lack of roads, the individuals at least eighteen Israeli evidence of conduct disorder. The occurrence of antisocial behavior is not exclusively during the course of schizophrenia or a manic episode antisocial personality disorder does not apply to Donald Trump, narcissistic personality disorder does apply to him. And every other politician. I've ever I've ever studied every George Washington had narcissistic personality disorder, can you name a politician any country other than perhaps countries that no longer matter and don't exist like Holland with adjust fact, they may as well put a robot to run the Scandinavian countries. Someone who always says everyone is right and good Muslim blows people up at a subway at a at a tram you say it's nothing related to terrorism. And Holland is better than that. You could just get a recording say that now I don't believe narcissistic personality disorder applies to anyone except everybody and talk radio..

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"impulsivity" Discussed on Mental Illness Happy Hour

Mental Illness Happy Hour

05:02 min | 2 years ago

"impulsivity" Discussed on Mental Illness Happy Hour

"People who might be shocked by reading this. There was actually an episode. I think it was on Oprah about this dynamic that when people meet their strange parent or they're a strange child for the first time, and they're both adults. They it is not uncommon for them to turn it into a romantic relationship. I don't know if that's the right word, but. They chemicals apparently are so strong that it it can lead to that. So. I felt like I needed to mention that, you know, and I'm not therapist. So I don't know what the repercussions are of having done this or. Anything beyond that. She's been emotionally abuse. Narcissistic mother who became disabled later in life, and she kept trying to keep me living at home. But also had no one to lash her emotions out at accept me. She kept me from my father and his side of the family a lot of self doubt. And shame surrounding anything dealing with greed. Like, I can't bring myself to ask for anything. And if I do I feel like crying and feel selfish. Any positive experiences with her? She's my mom, that's pretty much it. So no. Darkest thoughts. She constantly threatened suicide. And sometimes I wonder what it would be like if she did it that is one of the most abusive things you can do to a child. It is. You would be a removed from the home. If trialed services became aware. That. Parent was threatened to kill themselves in front of a child as for my father. I'm scared that I like it because right now, I'm just doing it because otherwise he pouts, and he is very unpleasant to be around. That is not good. That is not good. He is abusing his power as a father and. Do not. Keep. Doing it because he's pouting. My father was in prison for ten years for molesting my two younger siblings. And sometimes I resent them for speaking up because it meant I didn't get a father figure in my life and felt like the reject child imagine being the offspring of someone who hurt your siblings. It's not a good feeling darkest secrets I think having sex with my father takes the cake sexual fantasies most powerful to you watching people pe-, especially where they aren't supposed to like in a car a carpeted floor address your drawer full of clothes and watching guys sucking themselves and makes me feel really gross in. Why can't I just like normal story driven porn? I would say because most of it awful and most of us have some quirk or something that's specific. And if you ever find something that's specific to what your turn on is. It's really powerful. You know, whether or not it's compulsive behaviors another story entirely, but I don't, and she writes, I don't like thinking of myself as a sexual being what if anything would you like to say to someone you haven't been able to I want to tell my dad that I dislike his girlfriend. She can't support herself. He supports her. Therefore, I have to help him. I have to help support him. You do not have to help support him. He your father. And anyway, continuing he always says he wants her business to be a job and not just a hobby in his willing to put himself into debt for it yet. I worked fifty two six our fifty to sixty hour weeks at nineteen on an assembly line. And I get no pity. You're not gonna get it from your dad. Your dad is a manipulative narcissistic predator. What if anything do you wish for for financial stability? So that I can feel know or at least less guilt about needing therapy right now. I have no work benefit. So I am unmedicated untreated. And the only thing that keeps me from snapping in hating someone or impulsivity quitting is my strategically hidden earbud with which I listen to podcasts and audio pokes will if you are listening to this stop giving your dad money and use that money for therapy..

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Frances is joined by Carlos, a veteran, who discusses his experience with PTSD

Hilarious Humanitarians Podcast

09:01 min | 2 years ago

Frances is joined by Carlos, a veteran, who discusses his experience with PTSD

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"impulsivity" Discussed on Beautiful Stories From Anonymous People

Beautiful Stories From Anonymous People

03:48 min | 2 years ago

"impulsivity" Discussed on Beautiful Stories From Anonymous People

"I don't have a very imposing nature. So I just talked to people and if never been difficult for me to to have a sexual experience with someone or just like approach, people talk to them, make friends, and you know all throughout my life, it's been very easy to have sex and things like that. And when I was first angle, I'm brace it and I went for it, but then I stopped giving shit because I got past that phase and it really wants to be sex, became less important because I was out of that phase of break-up where you are. Free and you try things. But in that time period, I was traveling a lot and I was doing things that I difficult that are difficult to admit just because they're I, I mentioned earlier being attracted transpeople. I had no idea how to wear to, you know. How to meet transpeople except for like, you know, the like illegal way. Oh, wow. Oh, I don't know if that's obvious if you know what I mean, meaning owning a like amount of money exchanged for sex type situation. That's correct. Oh, wow. You know it's just one of those things where like I knew it was there and it's I wasn't a, I don't know that those are the. Those are the examples of things where I struggle within. And sometimes it feels like beautiful sense of exploration that sometimes it feels like, you know, in the mentioned before about fidelity and like cheating on all the girlfriends I had in the past and never being able to, you know, just got off on the idea of doing something that was wrong. Like, you know, like jumping into like, you know, like making out with girls and stairwells in high school and like, you know. Like, you know, sneaking around with my friends girlfriends and things like I got off on that shit because it was fucked up and I don't know. And so that's where you know, then you take that and like, you know, you work on that throughout your twenties. That's do you go, fuck yourself over and then you build it back up. And then you. Then I tried again, you know with her and I was like different was. But then when all of a sudden done, it wasn't. 'cause then I like I, you know, when you when you put that shit on top of the other thing, I just said, it's like that's where it starts. Wonder, sex addiction is more procreate term than over excitable or some something. I don't know it was going to ask. I was going to ask if diction is a part of this. 'cause I mean, certain you said you have ADHD and I know those things can tie together. It certainly sounds like you maybe have some. There's some impo impulsivity issues in there and maybe you're chasing some adrenaline rushes for sure. And that's what makes me feel like it's more of an addiction bas- thing than it is just a. I don't know issue. I don't know. I mean, what is where do you know. Something that I've explored with my therapist to degree, but it's also something that I it, it. It's not doesn't rule my life all the time, and it's changed so much that was younger. That I don't feel concerned about it anymore. And you know, I don't know. I mean, what's so horrible about about hiring a sex worker, but I still feel sharing and I'm nervous right now thinking about people identifying me and knowing that I've done that, you know that that makes me think shis and I don't. I, I'll say this, let me let me say this. Here's what I'm wrapping my head around his. I don't. I don't judge sex workers and and I've talked to some on the show one. They're human beings..

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"impulsivity" Discussed on Hilarious Humanitarians Podcast

Hilarious Humanitarians Podcast

04:27 min | 3 years ago

"impulsivity" Discussed on Hilarious Humanitarians Podcast

"Lot of focus on males in their early twenties because of the impulsivity yes that's associated with younger males and part of that is due to brain development full frontal lobe brain development doesn't take place until mid twenties impulsivity and that's also what's involved to win suicide is marked by substance use is the impulsivity rises so but you're right that was the focus right in there i would hear a lot i mean you you like dug deeper until like a an article i don't know you know once again i'm only speaking for myself i can't i can't speak for everybody else but i just remember looking back on hope the stuff that i was hearing in reading just ten years ago it just didn't feel as heavy in terms of the middle aged population right with that sad like i would also here i remember looking back it was like younger men were impulsive and than people like the elderly right who were losing their ability to live independently whose partners in friends or dying because of old age financial concerns this article from mpr brings up that many specifically in women when they were talking about that that middle age increase is that this generation that generation is the sandwich generation where you're taking care of older parents and also younger kids another part of that too is that many people have single parent homes specifically single mother hall you know and so there's no time for the self care and monitoring of your own wellbeing and so it seems silly i notice some for us to be like you're talking about suicide and self care we because we stress that so much but the reality is if you don't take care of yourself you don't have any gas left in the tank to take care of other people and that's when the hopelessness creeps in so there is an increase you can use the numbers as proof to that now the other part is the question of our suicides contagious when i hear that i cringe what's your what's your take on that or have you seen experiences where her two ones where there's like an influx i heard both kind of each side of the spectrum what i what i always hear is this huge increase in like use of the hotline suicide prevention hotline there was increased by sixty five percent dramatically after the announcing of some of these deaths yet but for me i feel i don't i don't know what the right word here is like people may look at that as like a bad thing there's a an increase in the amount of calls actor celebrity dies by suicide but for me it's got people are using the hotline by knows our lives that have potentially hopefully been saved to those resources are being used a definitely think that for people who have been in the shoes of having like really strong suicide mission or survivor of a suicide attempt in the past like i think that it could looking back on when i was working at the site hospital air ember working with a ton of patients who told me after appear there's tied it felt like the monster in them got louder at least temporarily yeah and they would have to reach out to their tool search their support systems sometimes they would come back to the hospital because they didn't feel safe in their home because it was quite frankly at understandably so very very traumatic to hear about not only will it could be a friend it could be somebody that they admired from fars the tv celebrity i've heard people say like if they can't make it how the hell mice spoke to that i think that was coming out a lot especially with in terms of anthony bourdain and kate spade like they have all altogether seemingly right right well that's like.

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"impulsivity" Discussed on Dr. Drew Podcast

Dr. Drew Podcast

02:11 min | 3 years ago

"impulsivity" Discussed on Dr. Drew Podcast

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

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"impulsivity" Discussed on The Adam and Dr. Drew Show

The Adam and Dr. Drew Show

01:43 min | 3 years ago

"impulsivity" Discussed on The Adam and Dr. Drew Show

"I just don't know what you know about as far as sexual impulsivity because i think i've had i know maybe i haven't had too many social relationships but been very active over the past twenty years i'd say i'm probably not healthy enough mentally have stable relationship and i don't know if i should have a relationship have you have you heard people with all the acting out yeah i guess just not being able to have the i've never been unfaithful but i've never been able to have the executive function to sit down and think okay i'm going to do this with my life i basically live day to day drying driving van because you needed the van yeah yeah just your mom it has a lift in the side and it just makes it easier for me and my dog to get around versa getting in and out of a car making hand controls and taking a manual chair part i did that for eight years and that just has wear and tear in your shoulders i marvel at people that can fall asleep while driving i can't falsely an airplane first class i'd like to one day do a study of people who can fall asleep while driving it's interesting to me that's something i want to bring up though because they give people like myself certain amount of medication and no one regulates pet and then they continue to let you drive i take matters into my own hands and say look i can't drive with medication if i wanna drive to put it back from pack and my stomach are you are right so.

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"impulsivity" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

MyTalk 107.1

02:19 min | 3 years ago

"impulsivity" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

"Of my thoughts is first of all what roseanne did is totally totally wrong and there's no excuse for it nabc abc tv did the right thing to very quickly do what they did but it's so easy to point fingers at the bad guy in this case roseanne and i was thinking how really all of us have that potential we all have an impulsivity part of our brain and i think it's very easy to very very quickly when we're very fired up to say or do something and you know that can end one's job that that can hurt people close to us i was just thinking of that and thinking yes roseanne did this but really we all have potential to do something kind of equally dangerous yes daniel thank you for your call what is that doing for her what else would they have done or said to her that would have changed her mind getting rid of her job and firing two hundred of the people that she helped employ was not enough for her to own her behavior oh what would you rather do.

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"impulsivity" Discussed on HANNAHLYZE THIS

HANNAHLYZE THIS

01:43 min | 3 years ago

"impulsivity" Discussed on HANNAHLYZE THIS

"Symptoms here and so you'll have both you'll have trouble organizing you know your thoughts and getting distracted but you'll also need to fidget and it's obviously there's much more to it than that but a lot of people are like you know how tweet hd like is it okay if i'm here if i just have add and i'm like i was actually i diagnosed with add and now i have the combined presentation is what it's considered i mean do they even still a term doctors will still use it which you know it's it's one of those things where it's like faster than saying adhd primarily inattentive presentation it's easier to say say you'll still hear the term thrown around but in the dsm like the official diagnostic manual no it's it's not there anymore i just would like to say that like i think it is so fascinating that with the inattentive presentation i e space cadet airhead ditz cetera and with the under diagnosis of adhd and women it's so funny because it's like boys will be boys but like women get taught right away to just be quiet and that doesn't mean that your mind is not move being a million miles per minute exactly yeah people don't realize a lotta time the the hyperactivity is in your mind you can't you can't even see it so i'll read the little blurb here attention deficit hyperactivity disorder is a neurological condition defined by a consistent pattern of inattention and hyperactive impulsivity that interferes with daily functioning and at least two settings for example work and at home adhd symptoms often look different in children than they do in adults but this is universal if you recognize the signs in yourself or your loved one on the following adult add test and the symptoms persistently disrupt your life for at least six months you may be dealing with adhd if you suspect that you have adult adhd contact your medical healthcare professional for a diagnosis well let's go.

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"impulsivity" Discussed on Side Hustle Pro

Side Hustle Pro

01:51 min | 3 years ago

"impulsivity" Discussed on Side Hustle Pro

"Courtney is just so so thorough she's an entrepreneur who started making money online by packaging her expertise saying productivity systems goal achievement and she's impacted douses of people but even though she was starting some i four and five figures consistently monthly in her business she just quit her job she landed all out she was prepared and she really set a high bar for herself of what she needed to achieve before she would allow herself to quit so courtney's episode is one that i came back to many many times in two thousand seventeen i would literally re listen to this over and over again as i prepare to leave my job number one because it was like talking to a life coach and you hear that and to it was a reminder that i could not just quit impulsivity and expect success i needed to establish a plant as i told you guys in my quit episode you know make your plan work the plan and this all started with courtney's episode so if your sidehustle right now and at the same time starting to think about when's the best time to leave your job this is episode for you check it out hey everyone welcome back to the show i am so excited to welcome woman whose personal brand i admire and respect a great deal i've been following her business for some time now and was really pleased when i reached out holding mail as she accepted my offer to be on the show so let me go ahead and introduce today's featured guest courtney sanders better known as think in grow chick.

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"impulsivity" Discussed on Love 860

Love 860

02:18 min | 3 years ago

"impulsivity" Discussed on Love 860

"Just like you said instead of taking front actually taking game away from that show why not engage in they gain with that child and talk with their child while you're playing with that child to get them to see reality versus fantasy i think that's one of the biggest mistakes that we make appearances that we shoved them a video game and allow them to go off on their own and like you say they're basically isolating and somewhat they're emulating what they see in the game so yeah i think that that's a great point that you make with respect to engaging with the children being with them without violating their space you know have that quality time with them from birth until on versus trying to do it later then being engaged with them soon yeah so go ahead dr southern and i'm sorry i was gonna say to ns think it's so important the habit engagement with with children and with family and really with the increase in social media were the increase in the diagnoses as well adhd and a lot of impulsivity and children and i think the media contributes to you know i know of an educator who encourages even in the summer her children had to restrict media because we're name is fast paced in the simulation as a possibly can contribute to adhd and if your child you know has a diagnosis or they've had they'd have have a past traumatic experience or you know personal law these things contribute to mental health and again we are trying to attract the problem right right right back to this thing you know if you.

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"impulsivity" Discussed on BizTalk Radio

BizTalk Radio

02:10 min | 3 years ago

"impulsivity" Discussed on BizTalk Radio

"I'm your host ashley burgess on today's show i've been talking about the symptoms of add adhd fight for the break i had begun talking about hyperactivity impulsivity and the symptoms and signs that you have attention deficit hyper disorder and we just got into the first symptom in the first symptom is that you often fidget or squirm you often fidget with your hands or feeders squirm in your seat and i think a lot of times you think about a kid and we think about that but i mean right now in the studio seed i am i'm squirming on movin you know i mean i it's a swivel chair swiveling back and forth you can't hear it on the radio can you i know see i can still fidget and you don't hear but that's a true sign of someone with attention deficit hyper disorder that's a true sign it's what we're dealing with here changed because you're not a kid anymore i mean i've been on the news a lot and it's funny because the one thing i have to tell myself is don't move a lot don't move a lot and you just don't move what even though you might be fidgety and the adhd is like going rapid don't fidget too much because it doesn't look good on camera by the wages doesn't it it makes you look like stressed out or something it looks like you're not even paying attention either to the person that's asking you the question so you got to really focus on that and it can be hard for us because we have all this energy we have all this energy and we just kind of want to we want to move you know i don't know if we wanna dance but i like to dance but you know we wanna move we want to get up and move and shake it off but we can't and you know i think it's interesting because one of the things i do we'll talk about this a little later is i like to take little short breaks i take breaks and i take walks in between things and i also i work out because i want to work out my body because it's important to because it's important to get exercise i mean that's directly correlates to your ability to really like calm down and really calm the mind and calm the body at the.

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"impulsivity" Discussed on BizTalk Radio

BizTalk Radio

02:07 min | 3 years ago

"impulsivity" Discussed on BizTalk Radio

"About the symptoms of add adhd fight before the break i had begun talking about hyperactivity impulsivity and the symptoms and signs that you have attention deficit hyper disorder and we just got into the first symptom in the first symptom is that you often fidget or squirm you often fidget with your hands or feeders squirm in your seat and i think a lot of times you think about a kid and we think about that but i mean right now in the studio seed i am i'm squirming moving you know i mean i it's a swivel chair and i'm swiveling back and forth you can't hear it on the radio can you i know see i can still fidget and you don't hear it but that's a true sign of someone with attention deficit hyper disorder that's a true sign it's what we're dealing with here change just because you're not a kid anymore i mean i've been on the news a lot and it's funny because the one thing i have to tell myself is don't move a lot don't move a lot you just don't move what even though you might be fidgety and the adhd is like going rampant don't fidget too much because it doesn't look good on camera by the way just doesn't it it makes you look like stressed out or something it looks like you're not even paying attention either to the person that's asking the question so you've got to really focus on that and it can be hard for us because we have all this energy we have all this energy and we just kind of want we want to move you know i don't know if we wanna dance but i like to dance but you know we wanna move we want to get up and move and shake it off but we can't and you know i think it's interesting because one of the things i do we'll talk about this a little later is i like to take little short breaks i take breaks and i take walks in between things and i also i work out because i want to work out my body because it's important to because it's important to get exercise i mean that's directly correlates to your ability to really like calm down and really calm the mind and calm the body at the.

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Marijuana could reduce drug and alcohol relapses for addicts

Pat Thurston

02:15 min | 3 years ago

Marijuana could reduce drug and alcohol relapses for addicts

"They found cbd we've talked about this from cannabis cbd known it's the non psychoactive element so this this by the way the research scripts research institute down in la hoya quote from the lead researcher the team quote the results provide proof of principle supporting the potential of cbd in relapse prevention along two dimensions beneficial actions across several vulnerabilities states and long lasting effects with only brief you meaning basically if you are an alcohol or cocaine addict cbd will help stop those cravings but we've seen this come across rats were given a daily dose of alcohol or cocaine prior to the ministration of a cbd containing gel injecting the skin they were noted to exhibit addiction like behaviors and cleaning anxiety impulsivity three days after the administration cbd alcohol and cocaine cain contents have cleared in the rat's brain and blood they followed up on the subject five months later showed promising signs reduced relapse when exposed to stress and drug inducing cues all because of the c b day so we have twenty nine states right legalization marijuana for medical purposes nine more for recreation coming here of course but we've got to get the federal government off of the reefer madness so we can study this way more in in people so we can get to the bottom of all the benefits of canvas and of course they're going to be some potential downsides and we need to identify that too so let's let's get out of the reefer madness mindset get it off the schedule one at the federal government level looking at you attorney general jeff sessions near weird little hang up about cannabis what happened to you somebody you lacked when you're a kid like cannabis and rejected you and now you hate cannabis because of it is that editor any general sessions help me understand what you're hangup is with cannabis doesn't don't make no sense are i'm gonna give away two tickets to see the.

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"impulsivity" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

01:34 min | 3 years ago

"impulsivity" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Way there might be some positive things about greater impulsivity more willingness to take risks yes so teenagers are more prone to risk taking and novelty seeking so that is part of brain development to go and probe the environment to be compelled to go and experienced but the downside is that some of those might be unsafe risks we hear a lot about the problems especially the impulsivity the risk taking and i'm wondering if there's really a positive spin to take on this have we only been focused on the problems adolescence get a really bad rap i think of course there's some negatives but there's also positives and it's all coming from the same biology so yes that novelty seeking and the ability to learn really quickly means that if they want to try new instrument or if they want to learn a new language they're going to learn this much faster than an adult would in fact you can actually change your i q still within your teen years which is a new fact that came out of the science it's only been quite recent so make the case for why more risk taking is actually something that we need why we need those teenagers to be out there sort of pushing the limits that we adults might have sort of kowtowed to they have a lot of energy they have a lot of creativity they have a lot of ability to learn things but we are the adults around them and i sometimes say we have our frontal lobes and they're connected and sometimes we should give them a frontal lobe assessed from time to time which means what they may want to take risks but go just that bit too far.

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"impulsivity" Discussed on Love 860

Love 860

01:56 min | 3 years ago

"impulsivity" Discussed on Love 860

"We don't have connection with our children just like you said instead of making fun actually taking a game away from that job why not engage in that game with that child and talk with their child while you're playing with that child to get them to see reality versus fantasy i think that's one of the biggest mistakes that we make appearances that we showed them a video game and allow them to go off on their own and like you say that basically isolating and somewhat they're emulating what they see in the game so yeah that i think that that's a great point that you make with respect to engaging with the children being with them without violating their space you know have that quality time with them from birth until on versus trying to do it later then being engaged with them soon yeah so the doctor said i'm sorry i was gonna say to and i think it's so important to have that engagement with with children and with family and really with the increase in social media would be increased in the diagnoses as well adhd and a lot of impulsivity and children and think the media contributes to you know i know of a an educator who encourages even in the summer her children had to restrict media because we're name is the fast pace of the in the simulation as a possibly can contribute to adhd.

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"impulsivity" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

02:07 min | 3 years ago

"impulsivity" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"Absolutely and you know bless you we're talking to kevin say musical artists bless you for being open about this i think a lot of people contemplate suicide or they think about other options than dealing with the tragedies that they're dealing with that in hand and that's a very very normal human response you know we always stereotype but we always brand somebody that thinks of suicide as someone who has mental illness and somebody who needs to be treated and we don't understand that or appreciate the fact that the average person will look at their options that we're humans and we're diligent humans and so our options when you know a bad place there's do i do this do that do i end it then so it doesn't necessarily mean you need to be medicated however explained to us what did kind of get you out of that even if it was medication that's fine but go ahead i didn't ever take medication there were few problems going on with my life at that point and if you look into psychology is really interesting because when people are contemplating suicide that's normally when they're at their lowest point and so after that point almost always gets better which is kind of the message of the song of course you know there's the we've got time to figure this out and that's the idea i wanted to get through to people that takes time but also was great to have a friendship and generally that i had encouraged me to like 'cause like i wasn't eating enough and so like that malnutrition i think was contributing to like my bout and so i was eating more when i felt accompanied and supported by friends and family that really helps which is kind of message i tried to convey in the song you don't have to make this decision today you don't have to make this decision now and a lot of people with impulsivity issues me say you know what before changed my mind let me as of changing your mind is a bad thing and so i i.

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"impulsivity" Discussed on Duncan Trussell Family Hour

Duncan Trussell Family Hour

01:56 min | 3 years ago

"impulsivity" Discussed on Duncan Trussell Family Hour

"Right so you're going to be on guard making sure that never happens again another symptom is avoiding reexperience seeing similar things so if you were in a terrible car accident that fear when you get into a car again you know can be something of ptsd nightmares is is it it like like okay so obviously it's not exactly like this we was your temper you know what i mean like you you you go to a point when you're losing your temper where suddenly you're like you don't even know what you're doing you're having tanger you know you're yelling you're just went through this at and t on the phone and just started screaming and was like realize why i went from i think i'm about to start screaming to screaming and then coming out of the screaming being like what the fuck was doing but that middle screaming part was not really within i kind of lost control for sarah right real so ptsd like that like you things trigger a state of complete loss of control over what you're doing and it's just some random noise or will go into this certain period of time where you're pure survival reactivity road i would say that that's a common occurrence and people who have ptsd but yeah so so one of the things that happens neuro biologically is that the the impulsivity it becomes easier to be impulsive the part of the prefrontal cortex responsible for sort of measuring the you know all of the factors involved in a situation and making rational decision maybe overridden more easily like.

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"impulsivity" Discussed on WIMS AM 1420

WIMS AM 1420

01:45 min | 3 years ago

"impulsivity" Discussed on WIMS AM 1420

"Adhd and it's not uncommon any to find adults with adhd to many of them are on stimulant drugs such as redolent but according to new research may be what they need is a good night's sleep we know from longitudinal research and from epidemological researched adt adt is continuing in adulthood and even in old age but what i research is directed to is to sleep problems that accompany adhd in about eighty percent and this is such a huge amount of people that surfer also from this typical late sleep problems the way we usually consider adhd with inattention hyperactivity impulsivity mood swings but probably also as a disorder of the cic kadian rhythm biological clock that's dr sandra coley associate professor of psychiatry at the free university amsterdam medical center and a researcher who's findings are helping to change our thinking about adhd it's long been known that people with adhd sleep poorly but studies now show that sleep problems and adhd are two sides of the same coin the product of a dysregulates biological clock to biological clock is we have the in her head and it seemed cra nyse to his dark and lights of the world outsiders and this is done by darken light so in the morning you wake up and your coq knows what time it is by the amount of flight answers your eyes and so the eyes the brain and the same happens in the other way around when it gets dark you evening so disagree them is a sleeper his and basically but it's also telling the rest of the body in every organ every cell in your body what time is by doing so.

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