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Nobody Panic

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Nobody Panic

Plosive, Tessa Coates and Stevie Martin

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(The podcast formerly known as The Debrief Podcast) Your guidebook to being a fully functioning adult without screaming all the time. Each week, Stevie Martin and Tessa Coates tackle life's big, small, fun and sometimes scary questions with the help of experts and special guests because we're all in this together, guys. So nobody panic. Produced by Plosive. Photos by Marco Vittur, jingle by David Dobson. Support this show http://supporter.acast.com/nobodypanic.
 
Throughout the 1980s, Satanic cults were widely believed to be preying on children — torturing and terrorizing them as part of dark rituals. Across North America, there were hundreds of false allegations, scores of unjust criminal trials and countless lives torn apart. But never any real proof. By the early 90s, the panic reached the tiny Prairie town of Martensville, Saskatchewan. And nearly 30 years later, the people touched by it all are still picking up the pieces. So what happened? And ...
 
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Don't Panic Geocast

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Don't Panic Geocast

John Leeman and Shannon Dulin

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John Leeman and Shannon Dulin discuss geoscience and technology weekly for your enjoyment! Features include guests, fun paper Friday selections, product reviews, and banter about recent developments. Shannon is a field geologist who tolerates technology and John is a self-proclaimed nerd that tolerates geologists.
 
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Let's Not Panic

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Let's Not Panic

Adam Wolf and Maggie Tokuda-Hall

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Have you ever dreamed about quitting your job, horrifying your family and road tripping for an indeterminate amount of time? Well, that’s exactly what we’re doing. Follow Maggie and Adam as we drive from San Francisco to Tierra Del Fuego, and all our panic attacks along the way.
 
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Kernel Panic

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Kernel Panic

David Cohen and Jeff Morski

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Have a beer with Jeff and Dave -- they've been working as programmers, system administrators, security engineers, and devops engineers for about 10 years each. In this podcast, they cover technology topics in an accessible way: the tech job interview process, career tips and tricks, useful tech tools, interesting news, high-level introductions to technology topics, and much more.
 
Hello, I’m Howard. I’ve been a financial industry entrepreneur and investor for over 20 years. I am a General Partner at Social Leverage - we invest in seed stage software companies. I was a co-founder of Stocktwits and a seed investor in Robinhood and Etoro.On this podcast, you will hear interviews with great entrepreneurs, investors, venture capitalists, traders, and friends about their companies, their track records, and their new fave ideas and trends.This includes best ideas, worst inve ...
 
Comedians Andrew Schiavone and Steven Rogers tell relatable and funny stories of what gave them anxiety this week and answer your anxiety questions. The anxiety they deal with can be big problems going through a job change or as small as giving a friend a bad handshake. The comedians and their resident therapist "Doctor Deb" gives anxiety advice, analysis, and tries to help anxiety problems sent in by listeners. Laugh and learn and be surprised that you aren't alone with your anxiety!
 
Rituals. Religion. Sex. Murder. Hysteria. What happened in the 1980s that made the United States become a breeding ground for a Satanic moral panic? On this podcast, hosts Cameron and Hannah cover cases and topics that, when put together, created an interesting time in America. A time when daycare centers were accused of indoctrinating children into the occult and therapists were recovering violent and sexual memories from their naive patients. Tune in and discover the events that made up... ...
 
This is the podcast for anyone who feels out of synch. Journalist and Author Nell Frizzell talks to some of her favourite people about The Panic Years - the period between carelessness and matching crockery, between your friends passing out on the dancefloor and those same people becoming parents; The time when we all start wondering when did everything got so serious? It talks about the big stuff, in a way that will make you feel better.
 
Given enough time, even a business starts to collect some interesting stories. And Panic, Portland's long-standing software company/video game publisher/hardware developer/who knows what, has been around for a long time. Our host, Christa Mrgan, takes a look at the strange, funny, interesting, and useless parts of Panic, through interviews, stories, and Cabel's rambling asides. Now Panic lore can be shared by everyone, for better or worse.
 
Joshua is the author of best-selling books on anxiety, a previous sufferer and a qualified psychotherapist. Co-hosted by Canadian singer, producer, and amateur linguist Ella Jean, The Panic Pod is a discussion-based podcast offering bite-sized practical advice on managing anxiety. It is also an opportunity to illuminate what medical and academic spheres know about anxiety to discuss it in a way that you can take to the pub. Joshua is a fully qualified Psychotherapist and runs a private couns ...
 
Don't Panic Yet is an interview podcast hosted by Simon Monsour. With a new guest for each episode, the main subject areas will include human behavior, scientific methods, environmental sustainability, psychology and governance, education, artificial intelligence, and philosophy. Through thoughtful and open discussion, and an enduring sense of playfulness, our purpose is to support, and hopefully further the sharing of ideas that may lead to the betterment of the lives of all creatures on ea ...
 
An audio diary, describing living with Panic Attacks, Anxiety and Phobias. Each episode I will give my thoughts and feelings with dealing with different aspects of Panic. I will also share my own personal advice on how to cope when panic attacks rear their ugly head!
 
Building community through art, education, and social justice. Hosted by Jae Williams This podcast highlights the work of artists, storytellers, entrepreneurs, educators, athletes, and community leaders exploring issues affecting marginalized communities and how we as change agents can create space and support efforts of change. Anchored with the understanding that this work is an urgent ever-changing process of dismantling social constructs, unconscious bias, and systematic oppression while ...
 
If you have mental health issues, are a feminist, and you like ghosts and giggles, this is the podcast for you! It’s gonna be weird, it’s gonna be hilarious and sometimes it’s gonna be downright embarrassing. We’re Alaina & Alicia and we’re thrilled to have you join us on this awkward journey.
 
"He also had a device which looked rather like a largish electronic calculator. This had about a hundred tiny flat press-buttons and a screen about four inches square on which any one of a million 'pages' could be summoned at a moment's notice. It looked insanely complicated, and this was one of the reasons why the snug plastic cover it fitted into had the words DON'T PANIC printed on it in large friendly letters."
 
PANIC CITY LIVE is a series of weekly mixes by DJ Panic City, prominent San Francisco based DJ and EDM producer. You'll find the newest and best in EDM (Electronic Dance Music). Check out his acclaimed remixes here: soundcloud.com/djpaniccity BOOKING: info@djpaniccity.com (function(d, s, id) { var js, fjs = d.getElementsByTagName(s)[0]; if (d.getElementById(id)) return; js = d.createElement(s); js.id = id; js.src = "//connect.facebook.net/en_US/all.js#xfbml=1"; fjs.parentNode.insertBefore(js ...
 
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This week hear Tessa (Omni), David (Bi), and Cameron (Pan) get seasonal and talk about theatre games, how so far this podcast is only tangentially related, which of our beloved holiday characters are queer, saying no to tiny tiny floating girls, the Tim Curry Problem, Rule 34ing yourself into a marriage, home penetration, and so much more! Don't mi…
 
In a Panic with Friends first, I give myself the applause dub for some advice I’d passed to Justin back in 2014. I told him there are so many interesting things happening in fintech broadly, in the big picture, that if he wanted to go work on something for ten years that was really interesting and unknown, but with high asymmetric upside; then maki…
 
Why on Earth am I talking about living recklessly? Most of us would agree that being reckless involves intentionally doing dangerous things and being somewhat responsible. Let’s take a few minutes to relate that to the process of anxiety recovery. And no, I am not going to teach you how to be truly reckless. It might just feel that way. When we do …
 
This week we're talking about Christmas! 'Tis the season, after all. We start and end with some “we’re not really strangers” cards as usual, and then dive into our Christmas Q&A and Christmas-themed "Would You Rather". Can you guess which one of us has had Guy Fieri hair, or snuck into a strip club as a teenager? You'll have to listen to find out. …
 
After last weeks on-air (on-pod?) breakdown, Stevie and Tessa have identified which type of people pleaser they are (and hopefully so have you) so now it’s time to find out how you can live for YOURSELF rather than others. It’s not about being an arsehole, but all about understanding yourself a little better. No meltdowns feature in this episode. S…
 
Andrew talks about his newfound living situation improving his mental health and disastrous experience trying a melatonin sleep aid vape. Steven tells his last Costa Rica trip story about a sloth tour that ends up in a joke filled detour. They talk about their anxiety about what they could missing out on if artists didn’t die young. Plus they talk …
 
Happy Holidays, our December episode is early! In the last episode of 2021 Diane and our newest co-host, Graeme Barber, talk to Brian Bauman of United Paizos Workers about how the RPG company, Paizos, came to be unionized. They discuss what it's like to organize a union, the importance organizing, and, to lighten things up, Pathfinder 2.0. This mon…
 
Canyonlands National Park is a beautiful and large display of sedimentary processes, impacts, and more. Learn about the features of this park and how they got there in this week's show! ASU Virtual Field Trip Paul Bunyan's Potty Fun Paper Friday What if your dog could call you? Would they? Once scientist dared to ask the question. Hirskyj-Douglas, …
 
On this episode we begin with some interior painting tips and spreadsheet secrets. Then we get into this week's special topic: buying NFTs! From crypto wallets to NBA highlights, we take you through what we learned so you don't have to. dontpanic.io Twitter: @dontpanicshow Proud member of the Coffee & Beer family of podcasts, streaming at coffeeand…
 
This week hear Tessa (Omni), David (Bi), and Cameron (Pan) reminisce about Black Friday traditions, about Tomothy Dilton and Sound of Music spinoffs, about American Idols auditions and tap dancing strippers, impressions, and a truly silly round of Most Likely. Finally, there's James Bond-themed FMK. Don't miss this one Bi-cons!…
 
What’s better than one Roy? Two! We’ve got Roy Erez and Roy Rubin from R-Squared Ventures on the show today. The two have teamed up to invest in Fintech, Enterprise/SMB SaaS, Marketplaces, and Digital Commerce. They’ve both founded, run, scaled, and sold businesses where they stayed on as corporate executives post acquisition. As angels, they’ve in…
 
This week, we're talking about self-love! What that looks like to us, as well as what that looks like in the mind of a child. We also start and end with some “we’re not really strangers” cards from the self-love edition. Prepare yourself for a good hour of laughs - and maybe don’t listen at work. Find Free Counseling Near You: https://www.opencouns…
 
Positive self-talk is awesome. But not in the way you may think. When I tell people that positive self-talk is bullshit, I mean that it does not belong in your arsenal in the heat of the moment when experiencing that high anxiety spike or a panic attack. Positive self-talk, mantras and affirmations are great as a setup tool BEFORE things get rough …
 
Want to know if you’re a people pleaser? Feels like something you’d be aware of but Stevie has a meltdown in real time when she finds out her Truth. Is there a bit of crying? Sure! So much so that we’ve split this into a two parter - this focuses on identifying which type of people pleaser you are, then check out the second part for tips on dealing…
 
Andrew talks about a near mental breakdown after getting a parking ticket. Steven talks about his Costa Rica trip and getting his first nude massage. Steven also makes Andrew super strong coffee he got from there and it makes Andrew freak out on air. They also get into listener submitted anxiety topics of having a parent disown you after transition…
 
A recent publication tried to determine if strange folded glasses found in the Atacama Desert formed by an extraterrestrial process. Turns out, mineraology and microscopy hold the key! Schultz, Peter H., et al. "Widespread glasses generated by cometary fireballs during the late Pleistocene in the Atacama Desert, Chile." Geology (2021). Fun Paper Fr…
 
This week hear our Celebr-8-tion led by David (Bi) as he takes Tessa (Omni) and Cameron (Pan) to ride the Highways and Bi-ways through some niche pop culture and take every detour possible. On the way find out what Cameron has in common with Jason Reynolds and Donatella Versace, what idioms Tessa knows off the top of her head, what our hosts would …
 
On this episode, my good friend and fellow Canadian, Michelle Zatlyn, stops by to talk about building a better internet. This feels like the right time in the right moment to talk about the internet, and Michelle is just the right person to talk with. She’s the Co-Founder, President and COO of Cloudflare, the company that helps the internet work. W…
 
"BUT WHAT IF THERE ARE REAL HEALTH ISSUES OR LIFE CHALLENGES????" This is a question I get asked all the time. In this week's episode, we find some inspiration and encouragement from the awesome Jessica Sidener. Jessica is an inspiring example of a real human that was forced to handle two of the most stressful events imaginable at the same time. Je…
 
TRIGGER WARNING We will be discussing trauma as well as mental and emotional abuse. This week, we start and end with questions from The Skin Deep's game, "The And", and then dive into our discussion on trauma bonds. We talk about what a trauma bond is, how it is created, how to recognize it, and - most importantly - how to get out of it. We laugh, …
 
Tessa bought herself a ‘Marie Kondo Experience’ for her birthday and Stevie has some questions. Please, journey with us on Tessa’s ‘festival of tidying’. Subscribe to the Nobody Panic Patreon at patreon.com/nobodypanic Want to support Nobody Panic? You can make a one-off donation at https://supporter.acast.com/nobodypanic Recorded by Ben Williams a…
 
Andrew talks about following his therapist's advice and getting back on dating apps for the first time in 6 years- and the weird first day he had on it. Steven talks about the anxiety of recording his first comedy album upstate and the bad crowds he got some of the nights. They talk about their upcoming Beacon Theater hang . They also get into list…
 
In this episode Alan and Diane talk to co-Director of Fandom Forward Janae Phillips. They discuss what it means to be an activist, how Fandom Forward uses fandom to promote activism, how fandom and organizing resistance are similar, and much more. Alan also reviews some books including: NeverwasEarth by Air & Nothingness Press The Day the Klan Came…
 
This week hear Tessa (Omni), David (Bi), and Cameron (Pan) talk about in-school suspensions, Catholic Guilt walks of shame, broken bones, pun sketches, dumpster diving, terrible jobs, white turkey nonsense, and putting your feet on the Oregon Trail. There's also a truly esoteric round of FMK involving Musical Theatre Canon. Don't miss this one Bi-c…
 
This week John and Shannon discuss sedimentary rocks and what holds them together. Cements can be made of many different materials and don't change the name of the rock! Fun Paper Friday What can we learn from ducks drafting while swimming? Yuan, Zhi-Ming, et al. "Wave-riding and wave-passing by ducklings in formation swimming." Journal of Fluid Me…
 
Dave is the founder and CEO of Upstart, the first consumer lending platform to use Machine Learning (ML) to price credit and automate the borrowing process. Prior to founding Upstart, Dave was President of Google Enterprise and built Google's billion-dollar cloud apps business worldwide, including product development, sales, marketing, and customer…
 
Coping skills. This is a term heard every day in mental health circles when trying to get a handle on anxiety problems. But what are coping skills? What are they designed to do? Do we really want or need them? Traditionally, the most common coping skills are all targeted at helping you escape the discomfort, fear and distress of anxiety. They may t…
 
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