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Periods! Let's get into it. Comedians and real-life friends Kate Elston, Meghann Hayes, and Meg Trowbridge are talking (and singing) about periods. And they think you should be, too. Whether you have a period, had a period, will have a period, or love someone with a period, this podcast is for you. Featuring segments like Why I Cried This Week and Read My Labias, as well as interviews with fellow period-havers, this podcast is for all those people who are sick of having to whisper “do you ha ...
 
In the vicious cycle of self-help, self-righteousness, and self-loathing, we become a slave to the pursuit of perfection. Through Christ’s own perfection, he has set us free. This is a podcast about the freedom that comes through dependence in Christ, and understanding the depth of his love.
 
A monthly session of pulsating underground sounds for aural recreation. Vicious Cycles is an after-hours themed podcast intended to be played after nightclubbing or while chilling-out. Episodes feature the mixes of NYC native: DJ Blackmagickspellcast, which are followed by a suite containing the best in ambient, dub, IDM and downtempo.
 
The City of Baltimore is no exception when it comes to open homicide cases. The Land of the Unsolved explores the mysterious, nefarious and unresolved killings that remain caught in the murky shadows of the city’s conflicted psyche. Investigative reporters Stephen Janis and Taya Graham go beyond the evidence, talking with homicide detectives, reporters, relatives and residents and exploring the often trenchant politics and communal chaos that feeds the vicious cycle of unavenged violence and ...
 
This podcast is for you, woman, that are struggling with your weight because you can't seem to be able to stop emotional eating. Your emotions are leading you to uncontrollable eating.You probably have tried all diets out there and nothing seems to stick long enough for you to feel in control. You think your problem is that you love food too much and that’s why you can’t stop overeating. You feel hopeless, defeated and stuck in a vicious cycle making it impossible for you to take control ove ...
 
Overwatch, an Institute for the Study of War podcast, goes beyond the news headlines to give listeners analysis and commentary on issues related to U.S. national security and American foreign policy. The episodes feature discussions with experts and practitioners to explore what challenges and opportunities lie ahead for the U.S.
 
Go! Stories - The best columns, travel stories, remember stories and wild stories from South Africa. Go! is a South African travel magazine and this is our official podcast. Every second week we will do a reading of one of our favorite stories out of the magazine's archives. We will also chat with the writers, and watch this space for bonus episodes.
 
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In the final episode on the 3 parts of friendship, Gretchen and Katie talk about what it means to bear one another burdens. It starts with a lot of humility and ends with us continually being realigned to tangible truth when our circumstances start to crush us. While many of us like to be the one to rush to help and "be the savior" in a situation, …
 
On this episode: Joe and the guys discuss the most anticipated fight of year between Mike Tyson and Roy Jones Jr. but somehow Nate Robinson's clash with Jake Paul was the main event (16:44). Joe then mentions a hypothetical Verzuz between two New York legends, Mase and Cam'ron (38:12 & 54:55), a recap of the Soul Train Award winners/performers (1:0…
 
Join us for our last episode of season four! <3 We know we're going to have a good time when comedian, journalist and political wonk Francesca Fiorentini comes on the pod, so we invited her on to wrap up our season and discuss the recent election results, our newest member of the Supreme Court (for whom we brainstormed some nicknames) and, ya know,…
 
Today I have a special guest, Charmaine Platon, she is a "Sugar Cravings Coach", Certified Life & Weight Loss Coach, and was a Psychiatric Registered Nurse at UCLA for 8 years. She is the creator of "Sugar-Free Self-Care", and is an expert at managing food cravings. Charmaine teaches people how to de-condition their cravings in 4 simple steps so th…
 
On this episode: The guys recap their Thanksgiving and share how they celebrated with their families (12:45). They discuss Meg thee Stallion's first week album sales (26:30) and her ex-bestfriend releasing a diss track (30:05). Also, new music from Juicy J, Jim Jones and Bad Bunny (39:53), Joe addresses Kevin Hart's attempt to defend himself on Clu…
 
In our series on how law and gospel distinctions effect relationships, we are in part 2 of our conversation on friendships. This episode focuses on healthy expectations of people, as well as our own insecurities going into friendships. We take some passages from Galatians, and talk about what freedom in friendships looks like, when it is rooted in …
 
Although Joe, Rory, Mal and Parks have made it clear they don't believe the Grammy's respect or understand the culture, there are artist that still strive to win the Award (21:58). The guys discuss the nominees, the snubs and the reaction from the music industry (48:00). They also discuss Dave Chappelle's latest special and the importance of his me…
 
It's no surprise that we had LOTS to talk about with OBGYN Dr. Kate White, so here is part two of our interview. We bring back questions from previous episodes, like how worried should we be about exploding ovaries, and do we stop bleeding in swimming pools? But, Dr. Kate also shares her experience with pregnancy loss and what spurred her to start …
 
We were conditioned to believe that we can only lose weight if we have a lot of willpower, and if you don't have willpower, you are going to be always overweight. But I say that is not true. Actually, you don't need willpower to lose weight at all. In today's episode, I bring to the surface thoughts and belief system that creates an over desire to …
 
Joe and the guys get straight to it this episode and recap the most anticipated Verzuz battle between Jeezy and Gucci Mane (13:06). They give their takes on the outcome, their favorite moments of the night, who they believed won and Joe reaches out to an Atlanta correspondent for better understanding of the climate in Atlanta (1:08:05). Also, new m…
 
Investigative reporter Stephen Janis discusses his preliminary take on the homicide case file released by the Baltimore City Police department. He also answers questions from redditors about other details regarding Rey's death that remain mysterious --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/the-land-of-the-unsolved/support…
 
Gretchen and Katie are starting a new series on how law and gospel theology effects relationships. Starting with friendships, they go through some of the challenges of making friends, keeping friends, and the importance of vulnerability. They also discuss cancel culture, boundaries, and difference between pointing people to the Savior, and abiding …
 
Since the previous episode, Jeezy has found a new opponent in Gucci Mane (replacing T.I.) for the upcoming Verzuz battle and the guys react and give their predictions on the historic reunion (22:24). Joe then gets in his bag regarding the current energy surrounding Hip Hop culture (38:45), an update on HBO's "The Undoing" (POTENTIAL SPOILER ALERTS)…
 
Next to the pod's impending baby, interviewing gyno extraordinaire Dr. Kate White was our light at the end of the 2020 hellscape-tunnel. (If you're new and wondering who Dr. Kate is, check out our Ask a Gyno episodes in season two!!!) We saved up our most weird and random questions and she delivered the goods. In part one of our chat, we cover topi…
 
The recent local elections in Ukraine were an important political battleground in Putin’s contest to restore Kremlin-friendly rule and annex territory in that country, the objective behind his 2014 invasion of Ukraine. The Kremlin’s costly military operations failed to achieve their desired political outcome, resulting instead in a protracted war b…
 
Feeling stuck in the cycle of emotional eating? Today's episode I talk about hoe to break the cycle after the binge/overeat. As humans we have a desire to improve, to do better, so to break the cycle of emotional eating, we also need to break the cycle of how we talk to ourselves. The way you talk to yourself after an overeat will either set up for…
 
On this episode: Joe asks the question regarding Futures decisions to collaborate with Lil Uzi Vert and other artist that he believes doesn't make sense (17:42). The guys also discuss new music from Masego, Goodie Mob, (39:16), and 2 Chainz (1:02:45) . Westside Gunn joins the crew to discuss his time on Shady records, working on new music, and the …
 
Should you get an MRI if you’ve been suffering from Tennis Elbow or Golfer’s Elbow for some time? – Do you need an MRI for diagnosis? When is the right time to ask for one, and once you've had it what do the results actually mean? (And are there any decent alternatives?)By Allen Willette, Neuromuscular Therapist
 
Covid-19 couldn't hold Joe down for long, the guys return to the studio to discuss all that they've missed and Joe shares his experience with the virus. The guys begin with Dave Chappelle on SNL (20:44), a hypothetical Verzuz battle between OutKast and A Tribe Called Quest (32:00), they congratulate Joe Biden and Kamala Harris (58:20) in addition t…
 
With the VAST array of options for uterus-havers, some of us have wondered aloud and loudly "is male birth control ever going to be a thing?" This week, Kate did the bleedsearch to answer that question and many more! We review the history of BC, talk about options in the works for sperm-holders, found more reasons to adore Loretta Lynn, and wrap it…
 
Today’s episode is short and sweet. When we’re living our lives in this world, we forget that we are humans, having a human experience. The human experience is not only positive and good all the time where you are happy and doesn't have negative emotions. The human experience is 50/50 and when we drop the judgment and let them in, it's temporary. I…
 
Meditation is part of what C.S. Lewis calls the "baptism of the imagination." In Christ, we belong to him, all the parts of us--even our brain. In this episode we talk about both rational and imaginative sides of meditating on God's word. It isn't about emptying our thoughts, but courageously thinking those thoughts, asking the questions, sitting i…
 
Covid-19 hit close to home this past week, so Joe and the guys gave a Zoom-cast until they return in-studio. Joe begins with an apology to everyone and an update on his Covid battle (4:00). The guys also discuss the recent election anxiety (6:50), New Jersey legalizes weed (18:05), Joe Rogan goes live on YouTube during the election coverage (20:58)…
 
It's the day we've been waiting for in the US (and maybe some of our blisteners on other continents have been watching in horror as well?!). It's the day after the election... but we recorded this episode before the election. It was a simpler time... er, no it was still a really complicated, fucked up time. Anyways, all that to say, this episode ba…
 
Russian President Vladimir Putin has a longstanding objective to integrate Belarus into Russian-controlled structures. The Kremlin is undermining the Belarusian president's attempts to calm protests while simultaneously using the protest movement to justify Russian involvement in Belarusian affairs. This interference may enable Putin to deploy more…
 
Sometimes the guilt in us manifests itself in different ways. Whether it's a weight or sadness, anger or venting, blame or defensiveness, we see it in ourselves and we see it in our relationships. As believers, we live under the redemption of Christ, and yet this consistent guilt in our real life undermines this redemption in a way that makes us wo…
 
On this episode: T.I. finds an opponent in Jeezy to battle on Verzuz (14:21) and the guys give their predictions. Kanye West's interview with Joe Rogan (36:35), Joe asks what're the most impactful albums over the last 15 years (59:32), Drake announces his next album (1:10:24). Also, Reason joins to chop it up about Griselda (1:52:55), the best rapp…
 
As we've learned in past episodes, a lot of things have to go right to get pregnant, and getting help is so much more common than we think (that's why it's so important to talk about it!). We learned about Kate's fertility journey last week, and this week, we chat with actor and comedian Millie Brooks about her experience with IVF, her podcast (Me,…
 
Losing weight is not all about what you eat and how much you exercise. Feelings and thoughts are the key to create a long lasting weight loss and that's what I'm talking about today. Using the coaching model, we learn that our thoughts create feelings, feelings drive actions and actions create results. If you want a result of weight loss, you not o…
 
On this episode: Joe and the guys open up with their thoughts on Ty Dolla $ign's new album (15:16) and the other new music releases (30:42). They discuss their thoughts on potential match-ups for the next season of Verzuz (54:56), Joe highlights the rise and fall of the content streaming app Quibi (1:25:40), the Presedential debate (1:44:53) and mo…
 
When we approach the Bible from a hyper-individualistic viewpoint, the burden to be in it daily is on our individual shoulders, the burden to interpret and understand it is all on our individual shoulders, and we can end up sitting down to what can appear at first glance to be an enormous to-do list we cannot live up to--an activity to dread. It's …
 
On this episode: Joe presses Mal about leaving his signature "money bag" under one of Joe's crushes (18:50). Joe also shares his thoughts on why music labels will no longer exist within the next decade (33:50), Jeffery Toobin gets caught "cranking off" on Zoom (48:50), men begging women for money (1:13:40), Kanye and 50 Cent's political views (1:55…
 
We've talked about parenthood on this podcast before (you know, with the menstrual cycle playing a pretty big role there and all), but this episode is VERY special because our very own blost Kate is PREGGO! She opens up about her fertility journey, we meet her fertility doctor, Danielle Lane, and talk about intrauterine insemination (IUI). Learn mo…
 
Do you catch yourself quitting on your weight loss journey? Are you not seeing results despite of the efforts you think you do? Are you often giving in to cravings and urges? That might mean that you are either quitting completely or micro quitting. In today's episode I want to help you be aware of any micro quitting you might be doing that is slow…
 
On this episode: The guys cover all the new music that was released and Rory believes Benny the Butcher's latest album should be mentioned in album of the year (22:00), a Drake lyric breakdown (57:55), and the get your queen back segment (1:23:50). They also talk people trying to cancel Ice Cube (1:30:44), the Billboard Awards and more! Sleeper Pic…
 
With so much going on in the U.S. (and the world... and the super massive blackhole in the center of the universe, and and and...) we wanted to chime in on the passing of RBG and her potential (sigh, likely) replacement Amy Coney Barrett. Meg Hayes gives her Catholic hot take while Kate and Meg T try to kegel-clench this reality away. Tune in and c…
 
The guys are back! After being bullied into their return they have a ton to cover. They begin with catching up on their time off (11:07), Mal was dissed by Tory Lanez over the break (28:21), and Bria Myles appreciation (55:29). They also, recap new music that dropped [which include Jay Electronica, Bryson Tiller and more] (1:16:29), Charlie Clips a…
 
Whether it is the awkwardness of praying aloud in a group, starting a prayer journal and then forgetting about it, using prewritten prayers, or having notecards, we often feel like we aren't that good or consistent in prayer. Katie and Gretchen talk about the ups and downs of their prayer lives, and how failure is not possible when the weight and r…
 
If you've heard about Goop (Gwyneth Paltrow's wellness brand), you probably also heard the audible eye roll that accompanies a mention. So, we wanted to dig into the good, the bad and the WTF of this controversial company. We cover the vagina candle, yoni egg, and vaginal steaming mentioned on the site, as well as host a few fun segments like How M…
 
A professor who analyzes car accidents and their impact of the body believes that Rey River, the 32-year old filmmaker whose body was found in a second floor conference room, was more likely hit buy a car or suffered from blunt force trauma. The analysis comes in the wake fo international, attention brought to the case from the Unsolved Mysteries r…
 
Today I have another treat for you. In November 2019 I did a webinar to help women stop letting food boss them around. When we are constantly overeating and trying to lose weight, we feel like food is taking control over our lives and we can't do anything about it. On this episode, I show you how we can stop overeating, lose weight and feel in cont…
 
The US is routinely confronted with crises that worsen and expand in scope over time. Modern technology and global interconnectedness have made these self-reinforcing crises increasingly common and intractable. In this episode of Overwatch, Emily Estelle discusses this phenomenon and the danger it presents to US national security.…
 
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Amanda Rosenberg (friend of the pod and author of That's Mental) is BACK and she is shedding light on a mental health condition that affects 5-8% of menstruators: Premenstrual Dysphoric Disorder(PMDD). Here's why we love Amanda so hard: she speaks openly and plainly about mental illness, helping to tear down the stigma that often prevents people ge…
 
Today I want to share with you the first step out of 5 to overcome emotional eating. This is a snapshot of my masterclass that I've been doing since end of May 2020. I separated the first step into 5 categories: Hunger, body, thoughts, feelings and food. It's no secret that we need to pay attention to what's going on in our bodies, but know how to …
 
Mass anti-government protests erupted in Iraq in October 2019. The protests led to the resignation of the government in what became known as the "October Revolution," but not before crackdowns by Iraqi Security Forces and Iran-backed proxies killed over 600 people. On this episode of Overwatch, Katherine Lawlor talks about the origins of the protes…
 
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