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Best Boundaries podcasts we could find (updated August 2020)
Best Boundaries podcasts we could find
Updated August 2020
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Beyond Bitchy: Mastering the Art of Boundaries is a weekly podcast hosted by Vicki Tidwell Palmer, LCSW, author of Moving Beyond Betrayal and Creatrix of The Radiant Threefold Path. Beyond Bitchy dispels the common misperception that boundaries are selfish, rigid, and controlling, and offers a fresh vision of personal limits as a source of freedom and liberation. Get expert information about how to identify, create, and establish effective personal and relationship boundaries so that you can ...
 
The Loving Without Boundaries show offers interviews, lessons and insights on the subjects of polyamory and ethical non-monogamy. Our mission is to create more awareness and acceptance of these lifestyle choices through education, communication and the respectful exchange of ideas. We seek to promote healthy relationships, tolerance and understanding – whether you are already living a life of ethical non-monogamy or are among those who are curious to know more. We love to create, share stori ...
 
I'm JillianChristy, personal boundaries coach, author, and podcaster. I spent the majority of my life giving to others, until I was depleted. In 2019, I had the breakthrough which changed my life. I realized: 1) My relationships, health and wellness, finances and career were suffering. I was giving away my energy, time, money and resources, receiving nothing in return. 2) I lacked personal and professional boundaries in my life. During some personal development work, I recalled an event whic ...
 
Airing from 2011-2014 on KDIC 88.5FM, Erasing Boundaries was a weekly radio show hosted and produced by Daniel Kisslinger. The program featured interviews with artists erasing musical and cultural boundaries, with a focus on the hip hop generation. The Erasing Boundaries Folio is available at http://erasingboundaries.com
 
This year marks the 10th anniversary of the European Research Council (ERC), set up by the European Commission in 2007. The ERC funds exceptional individual scientists to carry out high-risk, high-gain research at the frontiers of knowledge. Over the last decade, Oxford Social Sciences have shown an outstanding track record of attracting significant ERC funding. This event celebrated the world-leading research and researchers supported by these grants. Reflecting the diversity of social scie ...
 
As the second most common cancer among American women, breast cancer takes a heavy toll on our patients and our healthcare system as a whole. And since research efforts are constantly devoted to finding innovative diagnostic and treatment strategies, this Breaking Boundaries in Breast Cancer features the latest updates gathered from conferences held around the world and from top experts in the field.
 
Keynote addresses and presentations from the 2007 DePaul Faculty Teaching & Learning Conference. It is DePaul's 11th Annual Conference on Teaching & Learning.This year's conference focuses upon the creative tensions present in our varied points of instructional contact. How do we as teachers address these tensions in our lives, with our students, in the classroom or on the internet?
 
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I’m so grateful, amazed, and happy to be here releasing episode #100 of the podcast! And I’m truly humbled by some of the responses I’ve received, and the impact this podcast has had on listeners. Let’s celebrate by looking back on how all this came to be, and exploring some powerful concepts around quality over quantity and creating transformation…
 
EPISODE 143: Interview with Kathy Labriola. Kathy Labriola is a counselor, nurse, and hypnotherapist in private practice in Berkeley, California, working with low-income people in the poly, queer, kink, and anarchist alternative subcultures. She has been a card-carrying bisexual and polyamorist for 50 years. She is “extra-crunchy” and rides a bicyc…
 
Can you believe that next week will already be Episode #100? Wow! Stay tuned for something special. But for now, let’s talk about a topic inspired by the listener questions archive. Even if you love to get up close and personal with others, there has probably been a time when you wanted someone to just back off and give you space. And yes, this eve…
 
It’s important to speak your authentic truth, but that doesn’t mean you should do so blindly or recklessly. Today, I want to share seven questions to ask yourself before sharing your authentic truth with someone else to get clarity and ensure that you’re doing it in a relational way. Biggest Takeaways From Episode #98: It isn’t always easy to share…
 
EPISODE 142: Interview with Ed Hooper. Born in New York City, raised in Cleveland and currently lives in Dayton, Ohio (with time in the service stationed in Germany), Ed is currently one of the Admins for the Loving Without Boundaries (LWB) Facebook group. His approach to Non-monogamy is one where everyone from the Polyamory community to those who …
 
Last week’s episode was a marathon, so I'm going to balance it out this week with a quick tips episode. This one was inspired by a listener’s question that came from a miscommunication around something I said about children having the right to choose their friends. The miscommunication brings up a broader point about checking things out, which I wa…
 
This special episode is a little different than usual! Last week, I did a live call to answer the massive backlog of listener questions from the podcast, and this episode is a recording of that call. If you’ve ever submitted a question, tune in since I might have answered yours directly. And if you haven’t, I’m going over such a broad range of ques…
 
Guest: Sara Tolaney MD, MPH There are several new strategies that have been emerging to treat patients with HER2+ breast cancer, and here to walk us through those that were highlighted at the 2020 ASCO Annual Meeting is Dr. Sara Tolaney, breast medical oncologist at the Dana-Farber Cancer Institute and Assistant Professor of Medicine at the Harvard…
 
Host: Jennifer Caudle, DO Guest: David Page, MD Joining Dr. Jennifer Caudle to catch us up to speed on the latest research to come out of the 2020 ASCO Annual Meeting is Dr. David Page, medical oncologist at Providence Cancer Center in Portland, Oregon. Together, they’ll review the results from various trials investigating the use of immunotherapy …
 
Host: Mario R. Nacinovich, Jr., MSc Guest: Bora Lim, M.D. The ASCO Annual Meeting highlights the latest research in oncology, and joining Mario Nacinovich to share her insights on the KEYNOTE-355, BYLieve, PARSIFAL, and MINDACT trials investigating evolving treatment options for breast cancer is Dr. Bora Lim, Assistant Professor in the Department o…
 
Host: Mario R. Nacinovich, Jr., MSc Guest: Sara Tolaney MD, MPH Triple-negative breast cancer comprises up to 20 percent of all breast cancer diagnoses, and unfortunately, survival for these patients has been more limited than in other subtypes of disease. That’s why improving outcomes for patients with triple-negative breast cancer has been the fo…
 
Guest: Sara Tolaney MD, MPH What do we know now about the potential safety and tolerability of administering T-DM1 with pembrolizumab to patients with HER2+ breast cancer? Breast medical oncologist at the Dana-Farber Cancer Institute and Assistant Professor of Medicine at Harvard Medical School Dr. Sara Tolaney explains these findings from her stud…
 
From time to time, everyone struggles with biting the bait. And usually the people we feel most baited by are the people we care about the most. But there’s really no benefit to biting the bait, especially if we want to stay connected. Today, I’ll dig into what exactly bait is, and share 11 ways to avoid biting it. Biggest Takeaways From Episode #9…
 
EPISODE 141: Interview with Anne More. Anne More brings mindfulness, play, and healing into Sex Coaching and Education and Metaphysical Bodywork. She works with world-renowned Sexologist Jaiya Ma, and trained with Joseph Kramer, PhD, the founder of Sexological Bodywork, and with Betty Martin, creator of the Wheel of Consent. In her life and in her …
 
This is a scary time. So many of us are dealing with fear about what’s happening and what may happen, as well as not knowing what’s going to happen or what the future will look like. So let’s talk about something uplifting, forward-thinking, and expansive, that will stretch us beyond our limited mindset, beliefs, or fears. How far can you go? Bigge…
 
Right now, in the United States, trauma is speaking. Prejudice and racism wounds, and are potentially traumatizing to anyone who experiences them. But listening to another person’s trauma is a challenging thing to do, especially if we perceive that we may have played a part in their experience — even when remaining silent or looking away. Let’s tal…
 
The title may be wishful thinking, but I want to make a case for it! Boundaries are about protection, and in boundaries terms, wearing a face mask is about protecting other people. I want to dig into this today, and talk about wearing a mask as an act of compassion, courage, honor, strength, and patriotism. Biggest Takeaways From Episode #92: Two f…
 
EPISODE 140: Interview with Chaneé Jackson about Black Poly Pride D.C. Chaneé Jackson Kendall is a black polyamorous educator, speaker, activist, and event planner. A 32-year old native Atlantan, she lives in a western suburb of Atlanta with her partners and co-parents. She has openly identified as non-monogamous for the past decade, and polyamorou…
 
Last week, I had a totally new realization about a new boundaries framework. I stumbled on another way to conceptualize the way we experience boundaries or limits, and that’s what I want to share with you today. This is all about the hierarchy of boundaries, and whether or not boundaries are optional. Do some of us get a pass on boundaries, or get …
 
EPISODE 139: Interview with Jason & Aubrey Maverick. They are a happy family and the couple next door. They practice compersion and live transparently in the openness of their relationship. Raising a confident four-year-old girl, free of judgment and open to expanding her capacity for love beyond social stigma and cultural conditioning. They feel t…
 
How do you stop or change thoughts that harm you? This time of uncertainty, vocational insecurity, job loss, and other upheavals is the perfect opportunity to explore being more aware of our thinking, and how our thoughts impact our emotions (and our lives). Let’s talk about seven ways you can turn around unproductive or harmful thoughts. Biggest T…
 
EPISODE 138: Interview with Britta Moe. Britta Moe is a designer and project manager for a design-build architecture firm. She has lived all over the world but is always drawn back to her hometown of San Antonio. She has a Bachelor's Degree in Business with a minor in Art, as well as, a Master's Degree in Architecture. Her diverse school background…
 
The challenges around structure, limit-setting, and boundaries are continuing throughout the coronavirus situation, so this is another of what I’m calling “The Pandemic Episodes.” What does life look like if it stays the same for many months — or years — to come? When one day blurs into another, it’s so easy to fall into bad habits. Grab a pen and …
 
EPISODE 137: Interview with Lacey Broussard. Lacey Broussard is a certified sex coach, Tantra, and jade egg teacher, Lacey uses deep transformational tools and techniques based in modern coaching modalities, and ancient tantric wisdom and Taoist practices to help women like you get your desire back and have the most mind-blowing sex of your life. I…
 
I hope you and your loved ones are safe and healthy during this pandemic. A few weeks ago, when I did my first episode about COVID-19, I thought that would be my only episode on the topic. But here I am doing Part 3, because things continue to shift and change. This one will be a bit different than usual, with more of a hodgepodge of random thought…
 
Host: Mario R. Nacinovich, Jr., MSc Guest: Anthony Dragun, MD One of the biggest challenges facing oncologists was the lack of standardized treatment practices for patients with hereditary breast cancers. But now that representatives from three major oncology societies have met to remedy that issue, Dr. Anthony Dragun from the MD Anderson Cancer Ce…
 
A couple of episodes ago, I talked about how the pandemic is giving all of us a master class in the way boundaries work. Since then, it’s become clear that those weren’t the only lessons we can be learning. Today, I’ll dig into several more lessons we can learn, and talk about how they relate to fundamental principles of personal and relationship b…
 
EPISODE 136: Interview with Stacey Capps. Stacey Capps serves Open Love NY as a member of the organizing committee. Open Love Is a New York-based organization that coordinates educational and social events for the polyamorous community. Professionally, Stacey manages technology experts that service and repair video broadcast and editing facilities,…
 
Host: Jennifer Caudle, DO Guest: Stephanie L. Graff, MD Open communication can greatly impact how a patient is able to cope with the difficult emotions that often accompany a breast cancer diagnosis. Joining us to share how her own experience of being a physician-turned-caregiver for her father who was diagnosed with cancer influenced her own appro…
 
During this global pandemic, options for having fun have been whittled away for most of us. This got me to thinking about the intersection of boundaries and fun, and that's what we're going to explore together today! I’ll share five ways to have fun with boundaries, and I hope you’ll come up with your own examples too. Biggest Takeaways From Episod…
 
EPISODE 135: Interview with Shameless Sex Podcast Hosts, Amy Baldwin and April Lampert. Amy Baldwin is a Sex and Relationship Coach and Certified Sex Educator. April Lampert is VP of a high-end pleasure products company called Hot Octopuss. Together, Amy and April combined forces to create the Shameless Sex Podcast, inspiring radical self-love, sex…
 
I hope you are safe, well, and healthy during these uncertain and frightening times. We’re all making adjustments, but I’m profoundly grateful to have my health and to be here to talk to you today. Instead of sticking with my planned topic, let’s take this time to reflect on five specific lessons of the master class that this virus is giving all of…
 
Host: Matt Birnholz, MD Guest: Antonio di Meglio, MD Joining Dr. Matt Birnholz is medical oncologist Dr. Antonio di Meglio, whose research team pursued questions on the extent to which patient lifestyle factors, such as physical activity, smoking, and alcohol consumption, change in the months and years following breast cancer diagnosis.…
 
Host: Matt Birnholz, MD Guest: Annesophie Vertongen, MD While most references on breast cancer relapse consider the first decade after diagnosis, less is known beyond the 10-year interval. Dr. Annesophie Vertongen and colleagues aimed to bridge this gap by determining whether known risk factors for early breast cancer relapse would also predict for…
 
Host: Matt Birnholz, MD Guest: Ankur Tiwari, MBBS Micro-CT, short for Micro-Focus X-Ray Computed Tomography, is a 3D imaging method first developed for industrial and archeological applications that has only recently been explored in medical settings. To learn more about micro-CT’s potential, Dr. Matt Birnholz sits down with Dr. Ankur Tiwari, surgi…
 
Host: Matt Birnholz, MD Guest: Slavica Janeva, MD Despite the increasing number of elderly patients diagnosed with breast cancer, few clinical trials focus on this age group. That’s why Dr. Slavica Janeva's team focused on the impacts of adjuvant chemotherapy on survival rates in this patient population, the results of which may change clinical pra…
 
Host: Matt Birnholz, MD Guest: Luka Dobovisek, MD Though cannabidiol (CBD) has long been recognized in the oncological field as a palliative therapeutic agent, only recently has it been demonstrated to induce anti-tumor responses in breast cancer. To learn more, Dr. Matt Birnholz is joined by Dr. Luka Dobovisek, whose recent study looked at the eff…
 
Host: Matt Birnholz, MD Guest: Katie Egan, MD With only one handout generated to inform patients on expectable pain levels post-surgery, Dr. Katie Egan's team witnessed a 30 percent reduction in opioid consumption. Could interventions like this signal new hope for combatting the opioid epidemic nationwide? That’s the question Dr. Matt Birnholz expl…
 
Host: Matt Birnholz, MD Guest: Isoris Nivar Given the sobering statistic that patients treated for breast cancer have a 30 percent lifetime risk of developing incurable, distant metastatic disease, Dr. Matt Birnholz sits down with Isoris Nivar to learn more about his study, which assessed breast cancer survivors’ willingness to know their dissemina…
 
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