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#12 Jesse. Four years ago, Jesse was hit by a car and nearly died. Now he wants to find the driver. And thank him.CreditsHeavyweight is hosted and produced by Jonathan Goldstein.This episode was also produced by Kalila Holt. The senior producer is Kaitlin Roberts.Editing by Jorge Just, Alex Blumberg, and Wendy Dorr.Special thanks to Emily Condon, Saidu Tejan-Thomas, and Jackie Cohen.The show was mixed by Kate Bilinski. Music by Christine Fellows, John K Samson, and Edwin, with additional music by Chris Zabriskie, Blue Dot Sessions, Michael Charles Smith, Visager, Graham Barton, and Katie Mullins. Our theme song is by The Weakerthans courtesy of Epitaph Records, and our ad music is by Haley Shaw.
83- Heyoon. Growing up in Ann Arbor, Michigan, Alex Goldman was a misfit. Bored and disaffected and angry, he longed for a place to escape to. And then he found Heyoon. The only way to find out about Heyoon for someone to … Continue reading →
Netflix vs Blockbuster - Sudden Death | 1. This is Episode 1 of an 8-part series on the brutal business battle between Netflix and Blockbuster, and later HBO.It all started around 1997, with a guy named Marc Randolph and his mathematician friend Reed Hastings. Randolph and Hastings knew they’d have to take on Blockbuster, but what they didn’t anticipate was that their business model would take on network television and eventually change the entire movie industry.This was an 8-year total war that left innumerable casualties in its wake: thousands of hollowed out buildings and economic losses in the billions.Support us by supporting our sponsors:ZipRecruiter - Post jobs on ZipRecruiter for FREE by visiting them at ZipRecruiter.com/BWSquarespace - Get 10% off your first website or domain when you enter code BW at checkout. Visit them at Squarespace.com to get going!
Federer vs Nadal - The Hothead | 1. In this series we explore the unique tennis rivalry between Roger Federer and Rafael Nadal-- two very different players, both exceptional, in pursuit of perfection. Swiss-born Roger Federer was seemingly born with a racquet in his hand and at a young age he quickly masters the game, but what he needs to reach the top is to learn how to master his emotions. Meanwhile, Spaniard Rafael Nadal learns the game under the tutelage of his uncle Toni on the clay courts of Mallorca, where the decision to make him a left-handed player separates him early from his competition. Support us by supporting our sponsors!Mack Weldon - For 20% off your first order, visit mackweldon.com and enter promo code SPORTSWARS at checkout!
Rank #1: Guilt - Hazardous Substance - Handle With Care. What to do when guilt tries to take over your mind.
Rank #2: How To Create A Positive Brain Part I. You are responsible for the chemistry of your brain. When you choose your thoughts, you choose your brain chemistry. When you change your thoughts, you change your brain chemistry.
Rank #1: SoP 2 | Why we love being scared: Psychology and the science of fear w/ Margee Kerr, PhD. For Margee Kerr, PhD, dangling from the ledge of a 1,000 ft. tall tower with nothing but a harness, a carabiner, and an odd set of safety instructions is just another day in the life. Whether it’s hanging out in haunted prisons, trekking the globe to find the world’s tallest and fastest rollercoasters, or contemplating life and death in Japan’s Suicide Forest, Margee investigates the effects of fear on our minds, bodies, and brains. Find out why one Washington Post reporter called Margee’s book Scream: Chilling Adventures in the Science of Fear “the creepiest book I read this year”.Margee isn’t content just studying the science and psychology of fear, she wants to experience it herself. And on today’s episode, she shares some of her adventures and experiences and what she learned along the way about what scares us and why.Listen to find out about:-How roller coasters, thrill rides, and haunted houses create effective physical thrills and jolts by shaking up your body and your brain.-What makes a place "haunted" and why are old prisons, hospitals, and institutions so creepy?-Is infrasound giving you the chills without you knowing about it?-Can a thrilling experience help us overcome worry and anxious rumination?-What’s the scariest experience of them all?Find out on today’s episode of the School of Psych! For more frightfully good times, subscribe to the podcast and check us out over at SchoolofPsych.com
Rank #2: SoP 7 | BDSM, Spanking, and Shakespeare w/ Jillian Keenan. Jillian Keenan is obsessed with Shakespeare…and spanking. Her new book Sex with Shakespeare is a deeply intelligent, exciting, and moving memoir about her own search for love and sexual identity as well as a provocative re-examination of sexuality throughout the Shakespeare canon. Jillian is a freelance journalist based in New York. As a foreign correspondent, she’s reported from Somalia, Niger, Khazakstan, Burundi, Bosnia, and more. Her reporting has appeared in The New York Times, The New Yorker, The Washington Post, Slate, The Atlantic, Scientific American and many other top media outlets. On today’s episode, Jillian shares her experiences and struggles with growing up kinky, how a classic children’s book became her surprising first ‘startle’, her love of language, and her passionate plea to the mental health community to understand the number one most damaging thing they’ve gotten wrong about kink and spanking all along. As always, you can find us by heading over to SchoolofPsych.com and be sure to follow us on Facebook (facebook.com/schoolofpsych) and Twitter (@schoolofpsych). Jillian's website: jilliannyc.comSex with Shakespeare
Rank #1: Ultimate Reality Check. Prayer is my ultimate reality check. I can fool some of the people some of the time, I can fool myself some of the time, but I cannot fool God.
Rank #2: Truth Shall Set You Free. Truth is the only thing that leads to freedom. Everything else ties you up in knots and puts you into bondage.
Rank #1: Why do women who have anal sex, have anal sex? Nov 2014. "I’ll have what she’s having": why younger women are more prone to pursuing the partners of their peers. We also find out whether high heels really do put you one step ahead of the competition, and why women who engage in anal sex engage in anal sex. I mean seriously, why??Download the MP3Rate me! Rate, review, or listen in iTunes or in Stitcher. Do high heels or flats make a woman more attractive? Nicolas Gueguen took to the streets of France to find out. Jake Guild/FlickrThe articles covered in the show:Little, A. C., Caldwell, C. A., Jones, B. C., & DeBruine, L. M. (in press). Observer age and the social transmission of attractiveness in humans: Younger women are more influenced by the choices of popular others than older women. British Journal of Psychology. Read summaryGuéguen, N. (in press). High heels increase women’s attractiveness. Archives of Sexual Behavior. Read summaryReynolds, G. L., Fisher, D. G., & Rogala, B. (in press). Why women engage in anal intercourse: Results from a qualitative study. Archives of Sexual Behavior. Read summary
Rank #2: Conflict and reconciliation. 01 Aug 2017. Do men and women have different tactics for making up after a fight? And do couples resolve sexual and non-sexual conflicts differently? We'll find out in this episode about conflict resolution. I also talk to Dr. Sylvie Borau about her research on gendered marketing.Download the MP3 Support me! Support the podcast on Patreon for as little as $1 and get access to the patron-only feed, including bonus podcasts and blogs not available elsewhere.Rate me! Rate, review, or listen in iTunes or in Stitcher. Read the transcript! The 5 Most Effective Ways to Reconcile After Romantic Conflict How Couples Resolve Disagreements About Sex How do couples resolve their conflicts? Hernán Piñera/FlickrThe articles covered in the show: Borau, S., & Bonnefon, J.-F. (2017). Gendered products confer asymmetric benefits to the mate value of male and female consumers. Poster presented at the conference of the European Human Behaviour and Evolution Association, Paris. Rehman, U. S., Lizdek, I., Fallis, E. E., Sutherland, S., & Goodnight, J. A. (in press). How is sexual communication different from nonsexual communication? A moment-by-moment analysis of discussions between romantic partners. Archives of Sexual Behavior. Read summaryWade, T. J., Mogilski, J., & Schoenberg, R. (in press). Sex differences in reconciliation behavior after romantic conflict. Evolutionary Psychological Science. Read summary
Rank #1: Thinking Fast and Slow by Daniel Kahneman. This episode is a discussion about Thinking Fast and Slow by Daniel Kahneman. Here is a summary of the book: In the international bestseller, Thinking, Fast and Slow, Daniel Kahneman, the renowned psychologist and winner of the Nobel Prize in Economics, takes us on a groundbreaking tour of the mind and explains the two systems that drive the way we think. System 1 is fast, intuitive, and emotional; System 2 is slower, more deliberative, and more logical. The impact of overconfidence on corporate strategies, the difficulties of predicting what will make us happy in the future, the profound effect of cognitive biases on everything from playing the stock market to planning our next vacation—each of these can be understood only by knowing how the two systems shape our judgments and decisions. Engaging the reader in a lively conversation about how we think, Kahneman reveals where we can and cannot trust our intuitions and how we can tap into the benefits of slow thinking. He offers practical and enlightening insights into how choices are made in both our business and our personal lives—and how we can use different techniques to guard against the mental glitches that often get us into trouble. Winner of the National Academy of Sciences Best Book Award and the Los Angeles Times Book Prize and selected by The New York Times Book Review as one of the ten best books of 2011, Thinking, Fast and Slow is destined to be a classic. Podcast Episode.
Rank #2: Guilt, Shame and Anxiety: Understanding and Overcoming Negative Emotions by Peter Breggin. This episode is a discussion about the book Guilt, Shame and Anxiety by Peter Breggin. Here is a summary of the book from Amazon: With the first unified theory of guilt, shame, and anxiety, this pioneering psychiatrist and critic of psychiatric diagnoses and drugs examines the causes and effects of psychological and emotional suffering from the perspective of biological evolution, child development, and mature adult decision-making. Drawing on evolution, neuroscience, and decades of clinical experience, Dr. Breggin analyzes what he calls our negative legacy emotions—the painful emotional heritage that encumbers all human beings. The author marshals evidence that we evolved as the most violent and yet most empathic creatures on Earth. Evolution dealt with this species-threatening conflict between our violence and our close-knit social life by building guilt, shame, and anxiety into our genes. These inhibiting emotions were needed prehistorically to control our self-assertiveness and aggression within intimate family and clan relationships. Dr. Breggin shows how guilt, shame, and anxiety eventually became self-defeating and demoralizing legacies from our primitive past that no longer play any useful or positive role in mature adult life. He then guides the reader through the Three Steps to Emotional Freedom, starting with how to identify negative legacy emotions and then how to reject their control over us. Finally, he describes how to triumph over and transcend guilt, shame, and anxiety on the way to greater emotional freedom and a more rational, loving, and productive life. Podcast episode
Rank #1: WWJD005: Let’s Talk Stress. WWJD005: Let’s Talk Stress Thanks for tuning in! Today I chat about: StressHow I deal with itGetting back to gratitudeRaising awareness of your stressUpdate on our cat Jasper Reflection on Jamie Sussel Turner’s conversation about stress Have A great day – Stay tuned for another positive interview next Tuesday! The post WWJD005: Let’s Talk Stress appeared first on The Positivity Effect.
Rank #2: 061: Define Your Why, Follow Your Dreams – Tom Nardone. [coolcastplayer id="75"] Tom Nardone is an example of pursuing the American Dream of financial freedom. At age 19, he started working for the Post Office as a mailman. It didn’t take him long to realize that the security entrapment of “good job” is not a lot different from a 30 year jail sentence. “You feel trapped, and your income is limited.” Realizing his “good government job” was not going to make his dreams of being financially free come true, Tom took some real estate investing courses and bought his first house in 1983 at just 23 years old. Shortly thereafter he recognized a valuable asset available to him that his real estate investor competition did not have. Walking around on mail runs gave him the advantage of finding prime real estate opportunities very quickly. The post 061: Define Your Why, Follow Your Dreams – Tom Nardone appeared first on The Positivity Effect.
Rank #1: PSY201A Episode 1 - Course Introduction. Introduction to my course in introductory psychology. Course policies and procedures. Psychophysiology labs.
Rank #2: PSY201A Episode 5 - Nervous system & Neurons. Nervous system organization & function. Neuroanatomy. action potential process, neurotransmitters & neurotransmission. Psychophysiology lab: muscle unit recruitment.
Rank #1: Episode 5: The 3 Ways of Determining Your Personality Type. In this podcast we discuss the three commonly employed methods for honing in on your specific personality type. We explore the strengths and weaknesses of each method and how to avoid the common pitfalls with each method.
Rank #2: Episode 4: Thinkers in Relationships. This podcast explores the challenges, both practical and psychological, thinking types (e.g., INTP) face in relationships. These challenges largely stem from the inferior nature of thinkers’ feeling (F) function, which can make their feelings more difficult to access, understand, and express. There are exceptions, however, such as periods of infatuation in which feelings are fueled by idealism. While experiencing strong emotions provide the promise of a more rich and rewarding life for thinking types, such experiences can be difficult to sustain once their thinking (T) process regains it typical control. Thinkers are thus faced with the challenge of finding a more sustainable way of integrating feeling into their daily lives and relationships. They must also come to grips with how they will think about and engage with their partners once feelings of infatuation have waned. What will motivate them to persist and grow with their partners?
Rank #1: # 43 - Creative Ways to Help Children Manage Big Feelings with Dr Suzanne Barret and Dr Fiona Zandt. Dr Suzanne Barrett and Dr Fiona Zandt are both clinical psychologists with over 30 years experience combined working with children, adolescents, parents and families. In addition to their clinical work, Suzanne and Fiona run popular Creative Child Therapy Workshops including: 1) Creative Ways to Help Children Manage Emotions & Playful; 2) Practical and Purposeful Approaches to Childhood Anxiety. More recently they published their first book, Creative Ways to Help Children Manage Big Feelings: A Therapist's Guide to Working with Preschool and Primary Children. The essence of the book is about using play to introduce therapeutic concepts to children and provide a space in which they can explore these ideas. Visit the website for all the links related to this show and Suzanne and Fiona's best self-care tip!
Rank #2: #2 - Clinical Psychologist and Trauma Therapist - Sarah Joyce. Sarah Joyce is a clinical psychologist and trauma therapist with close to 20 years experience in the field. She currently works in her own private practice and as a consultant clinician for the Post Traumatic Stress Disorder program for war veterans at the Geelong Clinic. Sarah completed her Bachelor of Arts Honours in Psychology and Criminology at Melbourne University, and her Master of Clinical Psychology at Latrobe University in Melbourne. She began her career in psychology in trainee roles at Heidelberg Repatriation General Hospital, Forensic Psychiatry Services, Brunswick Road Clinic, and at the East Bentleigh Community Health Centre. It is here that she stayed for five years and developed a strong interest in working with victims of trauma. Sarah has continued to work in this area as a Sessional Consultant Psychologist and as a Senior Psychologist and clinician at the the well known Centre Against Sexual Assault (CASA). Sarah has experience supervising post-graduate students, has been a member of the Human Ethics Committee at Latrobe University and is a member of the Australian Psychological Societies Working group on Ethical Guidelines for Recovered memories. Sarah also happened to be my clinical supervisor whilst I was doing my masters at Deakin University, and it is an absolute gift to have her on the show. Visit the website for all the links related to this show and Sarah's best self-care tip for early career psychologists.
Rank #1: 5 Ways To Release Negative Emotions. And how to ensure you're enjoying more positive emotions, more of the time. Some of them are funny, you might raise your eyebrow when you hear them, but they work, just give them a try. :) If you want more info about essential oils or how you can join the Gratitude Team, send me an email at: email@example.com To see the Dew Drop Diffuser in action, see my Instagram: http://instagram.com/thegratitudepodcast/ PS: forgot to mention that Dew Drop turns off by itself and it diffuses for 4 hours, so just relaxation with no headaches, you can sleep without having to worry about it (same goes for your kids' room) Become a supporter of this podcast:https://anchor.fm/the-gratitude-podcast/support
Rank #2: Appreciating The Abundance That Surrounds Us. Last week I had a very interesting chat with my friend Andreea Stör about abundance, that I really wanted to share with you. Andreea is an international floral designer/teacher and she has a really deep connection with nature, that's how she creates amazing floral designs (see here or here). Her perspective is really unique (she's been a guest on the podcast as well: see episode 19) and I'm sure you will find it interesting too. PS: You can get the audio version of the book mentioned in the podcast for FREE, from georgianbenta.com/FreeBook Become a supporter of this podcast:https://anchor.fm/the-gratitude-podcast/support
Rank #1: TSHP293: How to Deal with Rejection. Subscribe to The Self Help Podcast in iTunes What’s Coming This Episode? Rejection rears it’s head at every turn. As we grow we get better at negotiating rejection and many will do their very best to avoid it at all costs. Should we? By avoiding it do we lose the chance to develop resilience? Let’s talk… Enjoy the show and take care, it’s The Self Help Podcast! Show Notes and Links Sean has written a blog post to accompany this episode How to deal with rejection 5 ways mentally strong people deal with rejection Resource of the Week Ed watched and LOVED the movie Mid90s. Hunt it down! Stay in Touch We’re all over the web, so feel free to stay in touch: Follow Live in the Present on Twitter and Facebook for daily doses of inspiration Follow presenter Edward Lamb on Twitter Follow therapist Sean Orford on Facebook and Twitter Subscribe to our weekly podcast on iTunes Leave us an Honest Review on iTunes We’d be amazingly grateful if you could leave us a review on iTunes. It will really help us to build our audience. So, if your like what you hear (and would like to hear more great free content) then visit our iTunes page and leave us an honest review (all feedback gratefully received!). The post TSHP293: How to Deal with Rejection appeared first on Live in the Present.
Rank #2: TSHP278: What do we do when disaster strikes?. Subscribe to The Self Help Podcast in iTunes What’s Coming This Episode? Disaster has struck in Indonesia this week – a huge earthquake and tsunami has claimed the lives of many and left countless others homeless. Once the shock of an event like this has passed, how do we come to terms with our loss? Also, disaster can take many forms, so how do we prepare for this personal tsunamis that will eventually hit us all? Enjoy the show and take care, it’s The Self Help Podcast! Show Notes and Links Sean has written a blog post to accompany this episode A report on what has happened in Indonesia Six skilful ways to deal with disaster Coping with disaster Resource of the Week Sean found an article that explains how to deal with an emotional tsunami Ed says you should donate to the Red Cross Stay in Touch We’re all over the web, so feel free to stay in touch: Follow Live in the Present on Twitter and Facebook for daily doses of inspiration Follow presenter Edward Lamb on Twitter Follow therapist Sean Orford on Facebook and Twitter Subscribe to our weekly podcast on iTunes Leave us an Honest Review on iTunes We’d be amazingly grateful if you could leave us a review on iTunes. It will really help us to build our audience. So, if your like what you hear (and would like to hear more great free content) then visit our iTunes page and leave us an honest review (all feedback gratefully received!). The post TSHP278: What do we do when disaster strikes? appeared first on Live in the Present.
Rank #1: The Anxiety Trance: Interview with Mark Tyrrell. In this episode of “The Confident Mind” I talk to Mark Tyrrell an experienced therapist, trainer and speaker who regularly writes on psychology with a difference. He is the co-founder of Uncommon Knowledge, a solution-focused therapy training company which provides online training in therapy and counselling skills worldwide. Mark writes a therapy training blog with his thoughts on psychotherapy at www.unk.com/blog Mark and I discuss the role of hypnotherapy in treating Social Anxiety along with Mark’s new book “New Ways of Seeing: The Art of Therapeutic Re-framing”, and you can get a copy for yourself below. To see more about my online treatment program to help you Overcome Social Anxiety, which is “Pay What You Want” (yes really, $1, $5, $50 it’s up to you!) go to: overcomingsocialanxiety.com/program The post The Anxiety Trance: Interview with Mark Tyrrell appeared first on Overcoming Social Anxiety and Shyness.
Rank #2: How to do hard things. On this weeks episode of the Confident Mind Podcast, I talk about how I’ve taken the week off to start a project I’ve been procrastinating about for quite some time. It got me thinking about the role of anxiety and avoidance in procrastination, and how we can use the skills of mindfulness to help us engage with doing hard things. To see more about my online treatment program to help you Overcome Social Anxiety, which is “Pay What You Want” (yes really, $1, $5, $50 it’s up to you!) go to: overcomingsocialanxiety.com/program The post How to do hard things appeared first on Overcoming Social Anxiety and Shyness.
Rank #1: #26: Overcoming fear of what others think of you. There is a structure of beliefs that support the fear of what others think of you. When you dismantle these beliefs, your fear dissipates, as well as the internal dialog that it drives. In this podcast I guide you through some of the resistance you will probably find when you attempt to overcome your fears.
Rank #2: #36: Anger management. I don't think we should just manage our anger. I believe in eliminating anger. Trying to control triggers, circumstances, and other people so we don't become angry is too much work.
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Rank #1: Dealing with Anger when someone is Angry at You. Dealing with Anger when someone is Angry at You TOPIC OF DISCUSSION AT https://goo.gl/9bJ1EFMake sure you don't miss any NEW PODCASTS CLICK FOLLOWI want to share everything that worked to help me reach emotional balance. Teaching online courses on Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT), Emotional Freedom Technique (EFT/Tapping), Mindfulness, etc. Start today! Visit my website for more information and resources at:http://www.bossofmyfeelings.comCredit music: bensound.com
Rank #2: What is fear. How to overcome fear.. What is fear. How to overcome fear. topic of discussion athttp://www.bossofmyfeelings.com/resilience/what-is-fear/Make sure you don't miss NEW PODCASTS SUBSCRIBEI want to share everything that worked to help me reach emotional balance. Teaching online courses on Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT), Emotional Freedom Technique (EFT/Tapping), Mindfulness, etc. Start today! Visit my website for more information and resources at:http://www.bossofmyfeelings.comCredit music: bensound.com