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It takes a certain type of person to work in showbiz, and often it was clear from the start that they were destined to end up on stage. Daddy Look At Me takes the time to explore these scenarios with a guest every week. Helen Bauer and Rosie Jones will probe the guest on the pivotal moments in their early life; from childhood, to romance, and everywhere in between, we want the highs and lows that make it so obvious that this craving for attention ensured our guest was a born entertainer. You ...
 
Caring for aging parents or other loved ones while working, raising children, and trying to live your own life? Wondering how to find the time for your personal health & happiness? Welcome to the Happy Healthy Caregiver podcast. The show where real family caregivers share how to be happy and healthy while caring for others. Host and Certified Caregiving Consultant, Elizabeth Miller shares her stories and content and also talks with others who are either current or former family caregivers. R ...
 
Dr. Karen Wyatt, hospice physician and author of "What Really Matters," interviews experts on all aspects of the end-of-life, including: caring for the dying, funeral and burial practices, planning for the end-of-life, conscious dying, grief and loss, caregiver support, afterlife, death and the arts, and community initiatives to improve end-of-life care. Access more interviews at www.eoluniversity.com
 
This Thing On? is an awesome comedy podcast brought to you by Joe Foster, Alex Petrovic and our producer Jade Gebbiel! Tune in each month for witty chitter chat on anything and everything including regular features. Each show will have a hilarious guest from the world of comedy! Listen now! Tell your friends to listen now! Be able to tell your grandkids - I…WAS…THERE! Twitter: @thisthingonpod @am_petrovic @JGebbie Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/thisthingonpodcast Instagram: thisthingonpod ...
 
What Women* Want is a comedy conversation podcast where comedians talk about, and find the funny in, the misadventures, misunderstandings and misogyny involved in being a woman. Hosted by Amy Annette and featuring different comedians and topics each time. (Contains little to no Mel Gibson) Upcoming guests in the series include; Rose Matafeo, Sara Pascoe, Lolly Adefope, Aisling Bea, Desiree Burch, Josie Long, Mae Martin, Bisha K Ali, Nish Kumar, James Acaster, Phil Wang and many more... Recor ...
 
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Meet former personal and professional caregiver Helen Bauer. Helen had to use her years of registered nurse and hospice nurse experience when she was the sole decision maker for a close friend. Now, Helen's mission is to teach hospice caregivers, both professional personal about self-care. Helen also busts many myths about hospice.…
 
Learn how finding the goodness of life can give you hope for our current situation. In today’s solo episode I share some thoughts about the hopelessness many of us are feeling right now as we deal with unimaginable crisis and loss here on planet Earth. I also talk about how important hope is for our survival, how it is misused at times in medicine …
 
We’re continuing to focus on the small habits that can make your Self Care successful in this third episode in our Atomic Self Care series. Gratitude as part of Self Care benefits us physically, emotionally, and spiritually. There are so many ways to practice being thankful. It’s easy, inexpensive, and a great investment in your healthy Self! Journ…
 
Kate Schutt says it felt natural for her to become a caregiver after her mother was diagnosed with ovarian cancer. The result of that caregiving journey is wisdom that pours out through her music. In our interview with Kate, she shares the experiences that inspired Bright Nowhere, a collection of songs that share the strength and the joy of her rel…
 
Episode 203 – After a roughly four-month absence, the social show makes it's most triumphant return! Email and Voicemail (including the return of Lars!) and an uncensored interview with the man himself: Armand! This and more on this episode of Surreal Talk! You can find a video cast of this podcast on YouTube at: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=I_F…
 
Learn how grief and loss can be the fuel for spiritual growth. My guest Brian Smith is a certified life coach and grief guide who suffered his own grief experience after the tragic death of his daughter. Through his personal journey of navigating grief he discovered techniques for surviving loss that led to writing the book: Grief 2 Growth: Planted…
 
Keeping physically active is one of the cornerstone habits of healthy Self Care. In the second episode of our series on Atomic Self Care, we’re talking about exercise. Whether it’s a walk in the park, gym time, or gentle stretching you can do at home, get moving! Start low and slow if you need. If you haven’t exercised in a while, make sure to talk…
 
Learn about a beautiful film and online initiative that teach our grief-avoidant society how to be in touch with grief and how to support those who are grieving. My guest Lindsey Whissel Fenton is a film producer and Emmy award-winning storyteller who is passionate about using public media to build empathy. She produced, directed and wrote the docu…
 
What a night it was last night at Shedinburgh! The Guilty Feminist’s Deborah Frances-White, followed by the comedy double bill of Olga Koch and Ahir Shah! Tune in now to hear all three interviews… The post Shedcast – Deborah Frances-White, Olga Koch & Ahir Shah appeared first on Putting it Together.By Putting it Together
 
If you’re having difficulty sleeping these days, we’ve got some tips for you. Jerry and Helen are sharing details about how you can get the most out of your sleeping hours. Using guidance from The Sleep Institute, we’ve learned it’s the little habits that help with getting to sleep, staying asleep, and staying energized during the day. Exercise, fo…
 
Hospice agencies are having to get creative with their care during the pandemic. Rev. Nancy Faery of Niagara Hospice describes the process she and her team used to create a virtual remembrance service to honor the patients the agency has served. Nancy also shares the challenges and pitfalls of providing psychosocial and spiritual care remotely. Tha…
 
Learn how an innovative company is contracting with insurers to educate patients about decision-making around advanced illnesses. My guest Tracy Brubaker is the COO of Vital Decisions, a company founded by Dr. Jessica Zitter to focus on changing the way people with advanced illness receive care by encouraging advance care planning. She shares how V…
 
In these days of social distancing, it might be a challenge to connect with the partners who hold us accountable for our healthy self care habits. Jerry and Helen have some tips to help you be successful. Use the technology that’s out there - a lot of it is free. Try phone calls, video chats, or Facetime. If you have the space to maintain the right…
 
A bumper episode celebrating last night’s double-bill of Yolanda Mercy’s “Quarter Life Crisis”, and Joe Sellman-Leava’s “Labels”. Join us for a chinwag about how these pieces came to be and how their creators do their thing! The post Shedcast – Yolanda Mercy & Joe Sellman-Leava appeared first on Putting it Together.…
 
Dear friends. I am so sad to have to bid farewell to the brilliant and inspirational Marilyn Imrie. To celebrate her memory, I’d like to share with you a conversation we had at her home in Edinburgh, along with a few thoughts on the impact this great woman made on me as an artist and a friend. Rest in peace, Marilyn. X The post Remembering Marilyn …
 
Meet Catherine Hodder, former long distance caregiver for her dad who had Alzheimer's. Catherine's years of experience as an Estate Planning Attorney and caregiver prompted her to write a book to help Sandwich Generation caregivers. In this episode, we talk about the important role long distance caregivers play as part of the care team, the convers…
 
Episode 202 – **Note to listener: Guest mic improves around the 11 minute mark** Today on Surreal Talk we welcome guest Rob Workman to the show. Rob has suffered through a variety of ailments he claims were caused by electromagnetic or RF signals such as radio or wifi. Rob will be giving us the rundown on RF and how it can affect our bodies and how…
 
Learn how a “gap of care” exists for patients who have near-death experiences in the hospital that are not validated or believed. My two guests, Heidi Walsh and Lilia Samoilo worked together on a project to gather stories of near-death experiencers and how they were perceived and treated by the healthcare system after their extraordinary NDE’s. Lil…
 
Hospice professionals don’t always have time to take good care of themselves when seeing patients. Today we’re talking about healthy Self Care for mind, body, and spirit that you can do in between visits. From healthy snacks and foot pumps to audiobooks and podcasts, there are lots of healthy ways you can optimize your travel time. Planning meals a…
 
Learn how the lessons learned from patients at the end of life can help us navigate the challenges confronting us right now. This episode features a conversation with Suzanne B. O’Brien RN, founder of the International Doulagivers Institute as we discuss the many lessons we have each learned from our work with patients at the end of life and how th…
 
Certified death doula Misty Tyme uses her many gifts to guide people in the practice of forgiveness. Her interview with The Heart of Hospice is open and warm and wise. According to her website https://www.mistytyme.com/, Misty’s mission is “to bring a forgiveness tool to a cynical world that is craving a way to let go of pain and anger…...she belie…
 
Misinformation about hospice is everywhere! Today we’re busting some old hospice myths with good information about end of life care. We want you to have accurate information that you can use for your end of life experience. As end of life expert Barbara Karnes says - knowledge reduces fear! Make sure you have current reliable information to guide y…
 
In this caregiver spotlight episode of the Happy Healthy Caregiver podcast we shine the light on family caregiver Geoff Grant. Geoff has been a caregiver for over 20 years. First, he helped care for his mom after her stroke and now cares for his wife, Karen, who was diagnosed with Mesothelioma Cancer just 3 years into their marriage. Geoff shares h…
 
Episode 201 – On this episode of Surreal Talk we’ll be discussing the self-proclaimed ex-Area 51 staffer, Bob Lazer. Bob claims that for a period of roughly 6 months he worked at a secret installation where he was responsible for “back-engineering” alien technology. We’ll discuss his claim about his education, work experience and his life after blo…
 
Learn how understanding the integral model can help us cope with crisis and reduce conflict with our fellow humans. In this solo episode I share some concepts based on Ken Wilber’s integral theory to help us understand why we are at a breaking point in our fragmented society right now. We will look at some new ways of viewing the world and tips for…
 
On the ninth of each month we have been called to hold space in our communities on life, death and transformation by ObservetheNinth.org. Today’s vigil will hold space for love and compassion for all of humankind and for the planet itself. May it bring you peace and comfort. Vigil for Times of Uncertainty VIGIL-Script-August-2020Download…
 
Parents whose child dies have special grief needs. Bereaved Parents of the USA is dedicated to meeting those needs. According to their website (bereaved parents usa.org), the organization exists to “provide a safe space where grieving families can connect, share our stories, and learn to rebuild our lives. We attend meetings whenever we can and for…
 
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