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    Podcast - Ep 52 - Self-Acceptance and Self-Love, with Dr Baker

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    On this podcast, I'm joined by friend and Psychologist, Dr. Baker. A Clinical Psychologist, based in California, Dr. Baker works with individuals, families, youth, veterans, and first responders in areas such as Anxiety and Panic, Family Issues, Self-Criticism, Trauma Recovery, PTSD and more. She is also the creator and host of the Go Friend Your Self Podcast. Dr. Baker graciously accepted my invitation to join the podcast, and what better topic to discuss, than self-acceptance and self-love, which happens to be one of the areas she specializes in with her private practice. She also does Periscope videos on this topic, as well as ways that we can get a handle on anxiety by understanding it. During our time together on the podcast, we discuss what it means to fully accept who we are as survivors, and why it can be so difficult when you factor in trauma recovery to self-love.  I know that you'll find her insight relatable and encouraging as she shares how the journey of healing can be a tremendous struggle, yet the rewards are real and very attainable, no matter what you've experienced in the past. We discuss how the mask that we wear in every day life can be directly related to how we view ourselves. By putting on a mask, so to speak, we only allow others to see what we think they want to see, or what we want them to see, all the while our true selves are dealing with self-shame, and the pain that we feel we will be judged by if we reveal our true selves in a vulnerable way.  This is an incredible struggle that can keep us stuck in self-defeating mindsets, and inhibit the healing that we desperately seek. We also discuss what it means to be curious about ourselves, in the sense of allowing our minds to embrace the idea that there just might be a different way to view who we are now and the outlook that we have on our future. By working through the limitations of black and white thinking, a whole new world of self-advocacy opens up right before our eyes. Dr. B

  • 00:57

    #094: Battling Stalkers with Lenora Claire

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    Over 7.5 Million Americans will be the targets of stalkers this year. There is very little legal recourse for those terrorized but Lenora Claire is leading the fight to get nationwide anti-stalker legislation in place. Join Matt and Lenora as they pinpoint the challenges on this potentially life-saving episode of Pod Sequentialism with Matt Kennedy presented by Meltdown Comics!
    This Week’s Guest:
    Lenora Claire
    TW:@lenoraclaire
    IG: @lenoraclaire
    FB: @lenoraclaire
    www.lenoraclaire.com
    www.stalkingalert.com
    Follow Pod Sequentialism!
    Twitter: @PodSeq
    Facebook: @PodSeq
    T-shirts: https://www.teepublic.com/user/meltdownnetwork
    Host and Creator: Matt Kennedy
    Produced and Engineered by Mason Booker
    Theme music “Rumble” provided by www.Bensound.com

  • 00:54

    Daytime after dark welcomes back nathan varni to the show

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    Daytime after dark welcomes Nathan Varni back to the show. Nathan and i and  will be taking you facebook and Twitter Qustions please twitter me at daytime6976 and also twitter Nathan https://twitter.com/nathanvarni

  • 00:57

    Demystifying Art

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    This episode features guest David Humphrey, the Executive Director for the Oregon Center for the Arts at SOU, Southern Oregon University. They talk about the Fringe Festival, the changes at SOU, demystifying art and the belief that art is for everyone. Enjoy! Music by the Rogue Suspects, Alena Chubert and Lauren Shera. Art on the Airwaves with Cammy Davis is a show produced out of Ashland, Oregon and syndicated via the Luxe Beat Radio Network. Cammy is a mixed media artist. www.cammydavis.com

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    yoruba gbode yoruba gbode yoruba gbode yoruba gbode

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    a chit chat musical program based on yoruba language and culture

  • 01:29

    Vertikal Bistro presents Global International Arts Movement

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     Art, Freedom, and Creativity, will change society faster than politics. - Victor Pinchuk
    Is the freedom to express creativity the vehicle that changes our society?  Is there a new renaissance on the horizon?  How can creative individuals define who we really are?  Is it the shout that is encased within the art, the music, innovative ideas from new entrepreneurs who are building bridges to new communities?  We'll meet Entrepreneur/Author Patrick Anthony Howell, Writer Lesley-Ann Brown, Author/Speaker Nana Brew Hammond, Entrepreneur/Poet Marvin Lee, and Elias Wondimu, of Loyola Marymount University, and Leading Publisher at Tsehai Publishers and it's new imprint Harriet Tubman Press. Join us Saturday, October 28th, 10:00 AM Pacific Time.  
    Dial-In or SKYPE at 929.477.2552 #1 to Listen or Comment.  -   http://tobtr.com/10354141
    Our Art Cover is by Artist Jules Arthur - www.julesarthur.com 
    Music Intro - Marvin Lee (Poetry)
    Interested in sponsoring a program on Vertikal Live Radio Platform or in advertising on our podcasts.  Contact us at info@vertikallifemagazine.com.

  • 00:11

    Marjorie Liu talks X-Men and Monstress at New York Comic Con NYCC 2017

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    Marjorie Liu talks to Rachel Davis about her identity, the X-MEN, and MONSTRESS at NYCC 2017!
    For the full transcript:
    https://comicsverse.com/marjorie-liu-nycc-2017/
    Make sure to support Monstress! You can find more of Marjorie on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram and her personal website.

  • 00:09

    You Just Missed Me

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    Call Me When You Get This, Love You.
    Audio Production/Conception: Alexander Charles Adams
    Special Thanks: Those who left voicemails for us to work with.
    Over the course of four years, our creator Alexander saved all their voicemails knowing one day there would be some way to tell a story. This piece is the story that came from moving around voicemails like puzzle pieces. The voicemails themselves are entirely real and completely intact, aside from the redaction of phone numbers and personal information. The only real editing is the order in which the voicemails are presented. These range from voicemails recieved in the Fall of 2013 to only two weeks ago (from original release).

  • 00:38

    Art Cry Radio - Guest: NeoSoul R&B Smooth Jazz artist Don'Dre

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    Art Cry Radio is a show dedicated to finding and featuring Art andd creativity in all forms.
    Don'dré, a native and resident of Chicago, IL was immersed in music even before his formal, academic education. At 5 years old he began elementary school, piano lessons, and choral training concurrently. At adolescence, he formal training focused strictly on vocal while he began his creative pursuits through instruments. As high school began, Don'dré expanded those pursuits to songwriting, production, and eventually recording. He went on to study music at Alabama A&M University where he developed his skills as a performer, director, house engineer, bassist and organist. He graduated in 2003 with a B.S. in Music Business and returned to Chicago to pursue his career.
    Though most of his musical occupations were through churches, which he credits for his gifts and successes, he grew independently by using every tool in his arsenal to support aspiring artists. In so doing, he has elevated his craft of creating music to its apex. "My motivation is to create music out of emotions so that its more than just a tune, but an inspiration. A theme to life. A call to action." His mission now is to reach others with his the messages in his original, soulful compositions, and encourage the masses to be true to the essence of who they are.
    Connect with Don'Dre:
    Website: www.don-dre.com Facebook: www.facebook.com/dondre-soul Instagram: instagram.com/dondresoul
    Hear Don'Dre's music now - - - www.soundcloud.com/dondre-soul

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    Breast Cancer Awareness : Prevention-Physical Health with Guest Versena Coleman

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    Each Year women and Some men are affected by Breast Cancer.Breast Cancer: When cancer starts in the breast, it is called breast cancer. Except for skin cancer, breast cancer is the most common cancer in American women. Breast cancer screening means checking a woman’s breasts for cancer before she has any symptoms. A mammogram is an X-ray picture of the breast. Mammograms are the best way to find breast cancer early,. Most women who are 50 to 74 years old should have a screening mammogram every two years.  If you are 40 to 49 years old, or think you may have a higher risk of breast cancer, ask your doctor when to have a screening mammogram. Factors that influence your breast cancer risk are being a woman and getting older. Other risk factors include:   Changes in breast cancer-related genes (BRCA1 or BRCA2). • Having your first menstrual period before age 12. • Never giving birth, or being older when your first child is born. • Starting menopause after age 55. • Taking hormones to replace missing estrogen and progesterone in menopause for more than five years. • Taking oral contraceptives (birth control pills). • A personal history of breast cancer, dense breasts, or some other breast problems. • A family history of breast cancer (parent, sibling, or child). • Getting radiation therapy to the breast or chest. • Being overweight, especially after menopause. Symptoms Some warning signs of breast cancer are-Other conditions can cause these symptoms. If you have any signs that worry you, call your doctor right away. • New lump in the breast or underarm (armpit). • Thickening or swelling of part of the breast. • Irritation or dimpling of breast skin. • Redness or flaky skin in the nipple area or the breast. •. • Nipple discharge other than breast milk, including blood. • Any change in the size or the shape of the breast. • Pain in the breast.

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