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Host Morra Aarons-Mele is on a mission to reframe how we think about anxiety and mental health in the workplace. Anxiety disorders are the most common mental illness in the U.S. We desperately need better models for leadership and a more holistic view of mental health. Our culture tells those of us who suffer from anxiety and depression that we can’t succeed but we tell a different story — without sugarcoating the tough stuff. We feature stories from people who’ve been there and experts who ...
 
This is a podcast that's nominally about bad games. In reality, it's about the horror of daily life, GameFAQs Gold, strange combatants in the battle of Good vs. Evil, and a singular patriarch known only as Crick. Every Monday, Gary Butterfield and Kole Ross choose a game at random from the titles submitted by listeners, play it, and venture off on a freeform discussion that winds between the topic at hand, and the absurd.
 
We trust doctors with our lives; they are some of the most educated and well-respected members of society. But what happens if they can't diagnose a patient? This high stake medical procedural follows patients as they suffer from bizarre, often terrifying illnesses. None of which doctors learned about in medical school. Medical Mysteries is a Parcast Original, with new episodes every Tuesday.
 
Do you believe you can thrive—not just survive—in your current circumstances? Join Katherine and Jay Wolf—survivors, authors and advocates—as they disrupt the myth that joy can only be found in a pain-free life. They’re inviting you into candid conversations with practical insights from a life they never imagined living. With unexpected humor and powerful vulnerability, we’re redefining everything together, from beauty to community, failure to calling. Join us on the Suffer Strong podcast.
 
Join Matt, Scott and Brian each week as they suffer through horror films both forgotten and beloved. The trio capture the excitement and the disappointment of renting movies in the 80’s and 90’s. For every surprising thrill like American Gothic the trio suffer through there's 10 disappointing flops like Terror Toons. The show combines the nostalgia of renting videos with a snarky comedic blend that will make you feel sentimental while simultaneously putting a smile on your face. So dust off ...
 
Gospel-driven conversations on hope in the heartache, where two child-loss mamas discuss suffering and sanctification. No matter what shape your suffering takes, we invite you to join us in authentic conversation as we navigate through the trials of this life, keeping our eyes fixed on the hope of heaven.
 
William James once said that modern people suffer from an "ontological wonder sickness." Through the exploration of various cultures throughout the world, authors J David Osborne and Kris Saknussemm attempt to get to the heart of our lost moment, and provide some potential paths out. NO COUNTRY is a psychogeographical exploration of culture, art, language, and the power of creativity.
 
In the world, there are so many people, especially males, who suffer from mental illnesses for a multitude of reasons. Mostly because it is just uncomfortable to talk about or they are ashamed. Join us (Jerrell and Richard) as we start the discussion and help shift the culture's perspective and mindset on mental health. What's On Your Mind?
 
In whatever we’re doing—working, parenting, serving, suffering—it can be difficult sometimes to see through the fog of the circumstances of life and to know with confidence that God is there, that He’s working in us, and that He’s working through us. How do we live this life by faith? In "By Faith," author and blogger Christine Hoover asks this big picture question by getting into the details and daily lives of her guests: men and women who are walking forward by faith.
 
Master Of Disaster is a podcast dedicated to helping people who feel they are stuck in a dark and scary place that has no end. I will share my story about my life that included Child abuse, sexual abuse, being a bully, drug addiction, anxiety, panic attacks, and the worst part, those crippling intrusive thoughts. After 30+ years of suppressing my Thoughts and feelings, I found a way to come out on the other side. Listen weekly to my story and you will find there is hope. You don’t have to su ...
 
I am a former radio personality, I am an addict and I am in recovery. Sober Exposure exists to break the stigma of substance abuse and addiction. My mission is to help those who suffer from addiction as well as their family. I like to get raw with stories of inspiration offering different solutions and points of view about recovery. All while adding in some laughter to tickle the soul. Come join a supportive sober community, here at Sober Exposure, with me for hugs without drugs.
 
Do you suffer from imposter syndrome? Have you been called „too much“, „too intense“ „too sensitive“? Do you just hate inequality? Do you have difficulties finding your career path because you are a multi potential person who has a 1000 ideas and 500 projects... all at the same time? Do you have a weird evolved sense of humor? Do you suffer from dyslexia but are fast at grasping new concepts? Do you have a hard time fitting in and sometime feel like a minority of one? Well you are not alone! ...
 
My Seven Chakras is a podcast that provides ancient wisdom for the modern mind. Through long form interviews, solo episodes and breathwork meditations, Aditya (AJ) helps his viewers discover how to calm their mind, relax their nervous system and experience deep states of bliss. Our community is called 'Action Tribe', so we're all about providing you simple, practical, proven, evidence-based techniques and methods to improve the quality of your life and notice a paradigm shift in how you look ...
 
Did you know that physicians are so burnt-out that they die by suicide far greater than any other profession? And that medical students and residents are more depressed, anxious and burnt-out than their peers? Or, that female physicians suffer from mental health issues in much greater numbers than their male counterparts? Join Dr. Kiki, an Osteopathic Physician and Founder & CEO of Doctors Under the Radar, as she showcases physicians and experts sharing their experiences, journeys, insights, ...
 
If you suffer with uncertainty, anxiety, or pain… if you want to step into lasting happiness, success, and emotional well-being… if you are ready to live as effortless, boundless awareness… this show is for you. Author, teacher, and mentor of the Sedona Method, Hale Dwoskin, leads discussions about true freedom with spiritual teachers and thought leaders, including those featured in Rhonda Byrne’s books "The Secret" and "The Greatest Secret," so you can live a life of deep joy and unshakable ...
 
Carrots and Suffering: A D&D Odyssey An actual play intrigue campaign podcast featuring D&D 5th edition, by 4 friends from Portland Oregon The ancient kingdom of Fenrir, blessed with prosperity from the queen of fairy for a millennia, has fallen. The once bountiful forests are teeming now with thorns and monsters. Each prick of the brambles' poison turns man into beast, one drop at a time. For over a lifetime now, the kingdom has struggled to remain alive under constant siege from without an ...
 
I am domestic abuse survivor ,a mother and a warrior on a mission to fight the battle in efforts to emancipate others who suffer at the hands of their abuser, victims who are still living with the devastation domestic abuse.My podcast follows my survivor story and those of other brave survivors.The podcast will also feature guest speakers who have knowledge and experience of working in the field as well as guests who are survivors,domestic abuse champions and ambassadors.I carried the shame ...
 
Small changes, made over time, can produce significant results. Much like a high performance engine, or an entire orchestra, when even a small part is not doing what it is supposed to do, everything suffers. And the same is true of your finances. This show is dedicated to the small things that make a significant difference.
 
Small changes, made over time, can produce significant results. Much like a high performance engine, or an entire orchestra, when even a small part is not doing what it is supposed to do, everything suffers. And the same is true of your finances. This show is dedicated to the small things that make a significant difference.
 
A bite-sized podcast about traveling while running a business and being an introvert. Not knowing what introversion was until my 30s, I feel that I wasted some of my early years by not really understanding myself. An inspiration for my business is that I want to help others understand themselves better, earlier on in their careers and their lives. Introversion is a very misunderstood area – introverts can suffer mentally and physically because people typecast them or act negatively towards t ...
 
Dan Harris is a fidgety, skeptical ABC News anchor who had a panic attack live on "Good Morning America," which led him to try something he always thought was ridiculous: meditation. He went on to write the bestselling book, "10% Happier." In this podcast, Dan explores happiness (whatever that means) from all angles. Guests include legendary meditation teachers -- from the Dalai Lama to Western masters -- as well as scientists, and even the odd celebrity. But the show also ventures beyond me ...
 
The Overwhelmed Brain is here to help increase your emotional intelligence, strengthen your self-worth and self-esteem, and empower you so that you can make decisions that are right for you. If you struggle with anxiety, depression, fears, stress, obsession, panic, or any relationship challenges like emotional abuse or family issues, TOB will empower you to honor yourself and get into alignment with what's most important to you. If positive thinking feels like denial, tune into the show that ...
 
She was a vibrant young woman with plenty of friends: a daughter a sister, a wife and mum to two small children. Why did Margaret Kirstenfeldt suffer a violent, bloody death in the tiny Queensland cane town of Sarina? From murder to suicide and back again - expert opinions have swung wildly. It’s been more than 40 years. Is a killer still on the run?
 
Dr. John Bartemus will share the latest research and clinical findings in Functional Medicine and Chiropractic to help you achieve and maintain optimal health and wellness. Do you suffer from thyroid problems, adrenal fatigue, leaky gut, dysbiosis, hormone imbalance, trouble with weight loss, or any of the host of common chronic diseases plaguing the developed world? Then this is your hub for information on how to take back your health naturally.
 
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Australia's major banks, as well as the airline Virgin Australia, saw their online services disrupted for around an hour on Thursday, due to a problem which has been traced to the US technology provider Akamai. Earlier, several airlines in the United States also suffered a short outage on their websites. Also today, we look at how Egypt's tourism i…
 
On October 18, 2016, when the news emerged of a fatal single-car crash on McKnight Boulevard, the community of Calgary, Alberta came together in grief and horror to mourn the death of 17-year-old Meghan Bomford and to pray for the recovery of her father, Shaun, and her best friend, Kelsey, who were also in the vehicle. Shaun received much less symp…
 
It's time to hit the links on the latest episode of the Just End The Suffering podcast! Host Mike Phillips (@MPhillips331) is joined by Dan DeMartini (@ddmart207) of the PGA Tour to preview this week's U.S. Open (6:04) and discuss the latest news from the world of golf. Mike also breaks down the trouble the Brooklyn Nets find themselves in (1:14) a…
 
A trip home turns sweet and then sour. Sylpha learns more of her heritage. Sable meets a dinosaur. Jaelan shoots Sylpha’s crush in the back. Fairy facts about the Nuckelavee. Music by Todd Ferguson, My Pet Machine on FacebookLogo by Julie at Elaborate Flight of FancyAdvert Bozorth BeveragesBy carrotsandsuffering
 
Brad Waudby appeared to be under control and heading towards a successful life at West Point Military Academy were he excelled at Division 1 Football. Behind the glossy veneer of success, Brad found the overwhelming stress and lack of self acceptance to be too much to bear. Compounded by a life in Law Enforcement, Brad sunk into the all-to-common t…
 
Back around the turn of the millennium, before social media forever changed what the word "celebrity" meant, "Celebrity Death Match" was a staple of the late night MTV lineup. It was an exceedingly violent claymation show where different celebrities wrestled to the death, often with "jokes" that mostly just made fun of women. They made a game out o…
 
You may not know the name Cassius Marcellus Coolidge, but you've definitely seen his most famous paintings: A Friend in Need and Poker Game, more famously known simply as Dogs Playing Poker. Here we talk a little about A Friend in Need, kitsch, and an opera about a mosquito! Email us at questions@sufferingfromartism.com http://www.sufferingfromarti…
 
This week, Milo, Riley, and Alice explore the recent interventions of Tony Blair and Peter Mandelson into UK political discourse about 'what needs to happen in order for Labour to win.' We also make the mistake of thinking this is the free one, until the very end of the episode where we realize it's the bonus one. Sorry about that! We are, as ever,…
 
IN THE PRESS – Thursday, 17.06.2021: We discuss the excitement in the French press over the lifting of certain Covid-19 restrictions, but also how there may be ulterior motives behind them. We then look at how the press is covering the Biden-Putin meeting and the upcoming return of Laurent Gbagbo to Ivory Coast. Finally, we find out why a Juneteent…
 
On Wednesday, US President Joe Biden sat down with Russia's Vladimir Putin for their first face-to-face talks as leaders. Both men went into the meeting not agreeing on much, except the fact that relations between their two countries are at an all-time low. We take a look back at how Putin's relations with US presidents have evolved since he came t…
 
Italy became the first team to reach the knockout stage of Euro 2021 as midfielder Manuel Locatelli scored twice in a 3-0 win over Switzerland in Rome on Wednesday. The Azzurri, now unbeaten in 29 matches, sit first in Group A and are guaranteed a top-two finish and last 16 berth. Elsewhere in Group A, Turkey lost 2-0 to Wales and are almost certai…
 
Biden and Putin praise Geneva summit talks but discord remains. We hear about their separate media briefings - in which Mr Putin spoke first, followed by Mr Biden. Nina Jankovich of the Wilson Center in Washington picks out her highlight from each leader's remarks. Also in the show, Susan Schmidt of Aviva Investors in Chicago chats to us about unem…
 
In tonight's edition: In Tunisia, the death of a young man in a working-class neighbourhood during a police encounter on June 8 has sparked protests against police brutality. Human rights groups say the impunity that officers enjoy must end. Also, Ethiopia's PM Abiy Ahmed says regional elections will be peaceful but the main opposition parties are …
 
On this episode we begin with a great piece of listener mail that asks the question: how does one avoid feeling like a ghost in the world? This leads to a discussion of Rilke’s poem “Turning-Point.” On the Patreon-exclusive second half, Kris and I elaborate on the Crystal Radio / Pirate Radio / Ghost Radio theory of Culture as a Force / Entity with…
 
Remarkable treasures lie dormant in Mauritania. Thousands of manuscripts and books dating back to the 12th and 13th century are housed in libraries in the city of Chinguetti, the site of an ancient trading route. These ancient books were left by pilgrims on their way to Mecca or brought back from countries across the Islamic world. But the conserva…
 
Film critic Lisa Nesselson returns to the studio after a pandemic-prompted hiatus to tell us about the latest comedy from director Bruno Podalydès, as he skewers the jargon-infested, productivity-obsessed contemporary world of work in "French Tech". We also discuss a debut movie that explores a teenage girl's connection with an older man, as 20-yea…
 
If you would have told me, when I was 21, that I would be talking recovery with the rock icon Jimmy D’Anda, drummer of the BulletBoys, I would say “you’re high.” Living the rockstar lifestyle, drugs and alcohol were never far away. With hard work he is now a role model to many and still rockin hard. In this episode we talk to Jimmy about everything…
 
Prosecutors in Myanmar have now laid out their arguments against Aung San Suu Kyi and a number of her allies. Critics and international observers say it's nothing but a show trial to discredit the country's ousted leadership in a bid to consolidate the junta's control of the country following their February 1 coup and bloody crackdown on protesters…
 
Taming Anxiety Series - Episode 2: Anxiety is very common -- but also commonly misunderstood. So today we’re doing a show that you might think of as: Everything You Wanted to Know About Anxiety (But Were Afraid to Ask). This is the second episode in a four-part series we’re calling “Taming Anxiety.” (By the way, if you missed the first episode, wit…
 
The US and the EU have agreed a truce in a 17-year trade dispute over subsidies for the aircraft manufacturers Boeing and Airbus.We hear why they've chosen now to call a truce with Mary Lovely, Senior Fellow at the Peterson Institute for International Economics.Also on the programme, what to do with plastic before it ends up covering the planet? We…
 
Dear Listeners I do apologise for not having an episode for Monday gone. I completed a half marathon on Sunday for a Domestic Abuse Helpline fundraising. I unfortunately suffered from severe sunstroke after the marathon and was bedridden for two days . I am up and ready to restart Much love and light Maz Today’s guest speaker is Anon , he is a male…
 
On this week’s episode of Chiney Ogwumike’s podcast, she is joined by former NBA All-Star Baron Davis to discuss the young stars taking over the league, including Trae Young, Devin Booker, Donovan Mitchell and Nikola Jokic. They also look back on Stephen Curry’s imitation of Davis’ iconic celebration, as well as the time Davis tried to dunk on Shaq…
 
US President Joe Biden has been taking part in the first EU-US summit of his presidency. This high-level meeting comes after the NATO summit on Monday and the G7 summit at the weekend. Biden seems to be using his first trip abroad to mend bridges with traditional US allies, repeating his mantra: "America is back".…
 
introvert today I'm talking about what to do when you have an introvert hangover. This is what I currently have I I had a busy couple of weeks that involved seeing humans in the flesh because there is a difference between an intimate hangover and a Zoom hangover. I know a lot of people during the pandemic got very zoomed out and, you know, fed up o…
 
This week we are bringing you a special edition of the programme, where we will be delving into the Iranian election. It's been a rocky lead-up that has left many voters inside the Islamic Republic disillusioned as the Guardian Council has whittled down some 600 candidates to just over a handful. In doing so, the council eliminated a number of prom…
 
Nato says China is its latest priority as its defence technology gets more advanced. We hear about the global defence economy and if Nato is still relevant, with Dr Jacob Parakilas, an expert on transatlantic military strategy. WhatsApp has launched a campaign vowing to maintain privacy– or ‘end-to-end encryption’ – of messages sent on the app. Sho…
 
We speak with comedian Josie Long (@josielong) about a recent article in the Atlantic about whether or not Boris Johnson is Britain’s Trump. It’s a terrible article by a guy who knows nothing about Britain, but we wanted to get down to the individual details of why it’s just so infuriating. So, enjoy this episode where we’re in a good mental space.…
 
Paul English is an entrepreneur, founder, and philanthropist. But throughout his many career successes, he’s battled internally with his mental health. And along the way, he learned to be more open and honest about his struggles, even when it felt risky. His bipolar disorder creates strengths and weaknesses for him professionally, but today he work…
 
Tonight, we review STALKER (2021). Doc Rotten from Horror News Radio. Jeff Mohr from Decades of Horror: The Classic Era. And Crystal Cleveland, the Livin6Dead6irl from Decades of Horror: 1980s share their thoughts about this week's awesome collection of streaming horror films. Joining the crew is Horror News Radio co-host, Dave Dreher! STALKER (202…
 
Every four years, the top bakers and pastry chefs from all five continents face off at the World Cup of Baking in Paris. Contestants from some 36 countries take part in the timed event. Each team must make different types of bread and pastries, as well as one spectacular work of art. We take you behind the scenes of this hotly contested bake-off, w…
 
Taming Anxiety Series - Episode 1: Today is a big day here on the podcast, both because we have a fantastic new episode, and because this episode is actually kicking off a series we have been wanting to produce for a long time, called “Taming Anxiety.” Anxiety is a massive issue in our society. Even before the pandemic, it was on the rise. Now, the…
 
From “small self” to “no self” to “true self.” Awakening is the next natural stage of human development. Experience the four shifts of consciousness. Not just the absence of suffering but the arising of natural positive qualities. Loch Kelly, M.Div., LCSW, author of the award-winning book, “The Way of Effortless Mindfulness,” joins Hale Dwoskin in …
 
Tonight, we review THE AMUSEMENT PARK (2021, SHUDDER). Doc Rotten from Horror News Radio. Jeff Mohr from Decades of Horror: The Classic Era. And Crystal Cleveland, the Livin6Dead6irl from Decades of Horror: 1980s share their thoughts about this week's awesome collection of streaming horror films. Joining the crew is Horror News Radio co-host, Dave …
 
What is the dynamic that causes our whole emotional structure to get all tightened up so that we want to destroy something? It happens on all kinds of levels from tiny irritations with others, to something being not quite right with ourselves. The imaginary self gets some kind of nourishment out of rage and anger that comes from the fear of all the…
 
Many unresolved emotions sit outside the box of current thinking. Albert Einstein said, “We cannot solve our problems with the same thinking we used when we created them.” When you aren't getting the results you want today, or you find yourself easily triggered by certain events or people, you may be carrying around old baggage that perhaps require…
 
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