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You're not alone. Your host, Wendy, is an Aspie mom going through peri menopause. She's also an aromatherapist, skincare alchemist and Reiki-master.Wendy shares skincare and wellness tips. And if you're looking for soothing skincare products designed especially for dry, sensitive skin: www.glow-skincare.com
 
Autism Aspergers. Hey I am Dan I’m autistic with a diagnosis of Aspergers Syndrome, I talk about life experience, help and tips for autistic individuals to feel motivated and inspired. Also talking everything Autism and ADHD WEEKLY! Subscribe for autism autism help! Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/theaspieworld/support
 
Autism Empowerment is your source for Acceptance, Enrichment, Inspiration and Empowerment within the Autism and Asperger communities. Our non-profit organization supports individuals with AS & ASDs of all ages, all abilities. Visit AutismEmpowerment.org today! Autism Empowerment Radio depends on public support to provide our free programs and services. Listen in and let your light shine!
 
New Self Help Book Launch 2020 (This podcast interview is between the author Danielle Hampson and the editor Amanda Moss from Lifestyle Monthly Magazine and was recorded during the Covid19 virus lock down please excuse the distant quality).Am I on the Spectrum? An Aspies Guide to The Autistic Spectrum - I am on it and so are you - is a psychology self help publication which cuts through the mystery and complexity surrounding autism looking at everyday personality types.If you've ever wondere ...
 
I am Chad Vice, co-owner and operator of Championship Vinyl, an online record store. Lots of people are somebodies, and millions more are considered "nobodies". I want to bring you the stories of people of everyday and any day, because even if you think you are a nobody, you are always a somebody. The people I talk to are not famous, but they are all interesting characters. Every week, a new story, a new guest, a new friend. The Nobodies Are Somebodies podcast - listen for fun, hear for life!
 
Across the Aisle is a podcast for people who love the performing arts but don’t get along as much as they would like to. If you’re looking to be inspired to see more shows, to have the theatre going experience demystified or would like to live vicariously through our show going hosts please subscribe on your favourite podcasting app or listen here.
 
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In this latest episode Wendy interviews Ashtanga yoga teacher Stephen Harding, to find unusual ways to reduce anxiety and depression. Stephen began his yoga journey in 1991 where he studied with Rhada Ireland in Skyros. There he learnt the primary series of Ashtanga Yoga. Since then he has trained with Danny Paradise (teacher to Madonna and Sting),…
 
In episode 3 of ASPI’s special series ‘SBY’s tears: From managing crisis to managing process in Australia-Indonesia relations since the fall of Suharto’, Dr David Engel and Hillary Mansour speak to David Ritchie, Ambassador to Indonesia from 2002 until 2005. During his time as ambassador, David dealt with a number of crises, including the 2004 Boxi…
 
In this episode of ASPI’s Bigger Picture series, Peter Jennings speaks to Taiwan’s Minister of Foreign Affairs, Dr Joseph Wu. They discuss Taiwan’s foreign policy priorities, Cross-Strait relations and threats to regional security, including rising authoritarianism. They also reflect on Taiwan’s relationship with Australia and the impact that recen…
 
In this episode of ASPI’s special series ‘SBY’s tears: From managing crisis to managing process in Australia-Indonesia relations since the fall of Suharto’ Dr David Engel and Hillary Mansour speak to Ric Smith AO, PSM, who was Australia’s Ambassador to Indonesia from 2001. The conversation explores economic reform after the Asian Financial Crisis, …
 
This special series ‘SBY’s tears: From managing crisis to managing process in Australia-Indonesia relations since the fall of Suharto’ explores the history of Indonesia since the fall of Suharto and Australia’s part in it through the eyes and experience of its ambassadors to Jakarta over this period. The series will look at democracy, counterterror…
 
In September this year, the Australian Government announced it would join a new security pact with the UK and US – AUKUS – and detailed its plans to acquire nuclear-powered submarines.In this special episode, Michael Shoebridge speaks to Andrew Nicholls and Dr Marcus Hellyer about their new report ‘Implementing Australia’s nuclear submarine program…
 
Russia’s military build-up along the country’s border with Ukraine has seen tensions rise between the two countries, leading the United States, the EU and the UK to warn Russia against invasion. Anastasia Kapetas speaks to Russia expert Professor Mark Galeotti from University College London about the likelihood of a conflict, Russia’s diplomacy app…
 
Brendan Nicholson, Executive Editor of The Strategist and Anastasia Kapetas, National Security Editor of The Strategist break down some of the key developments in international politics and security this year. From Covid-19, to the Capitol riots, to a coup in Myanmar and the announcement of AUKUS – it’s been a big year. This episode will take you t…
 
Nikol is a licensed cosmetologist and makeup artist to the stars! Born and raised in CA, her time is shared between her clients in LA and SF. Nikol brings out the personality of women using natural looking makeup artistry. You'll see her models looking like they've had a good night's rest or just back from a holiday. Nikol is more than a makeup art…
 
In this episode, I speak with Karen Konkoly, a Ph.D. student researching Lucid Dreaming at Northwestern University who has recently led a study on 2-way communication in lucid dreams. Show notes: Tech for Dreaming Meetup Tech for Dreaming YouTube Karen’s publications Study: Real-time dialogue between experimenters and dreamers during REM sleep Nort…
 
This week on Policy, Guns and Money’s Bigger Picture series, Michael Shoebridge speaks to Dr Tanvi Madan, senior fellow in the Project on International Order and Strategy in the Foreign Policy program, and director of The India Project at the Brookings Institution in Washington. They discuss India’s foreign policy interests, strategic partnerships …
 
Here are 5 traits of high functioning autism that you can identify easy in some one.First off it should be noted that there is no real high functioning autism level there is only the autism spectrum disorders.That being said some people still think of it as being a high functioning form of autism.Here are five ways you can see autism traits in some…
 
This week, ASPI released the report ‘Collaborative and agile: Intelligence community collaboration insights from the United Kingdom and the United States’ which details the lessons learned for Australia’s intelligence communities from key partners, the United States and United Kingdom. Two of the report’s authors Michael Shoebridge and Dr John Coyn…
 
Here are 3 super in testing Aspergers girl symptoms that you have not noticed before! Aspergers is currently 3 times less likely to be diagnosed in females than it is males, and there are a number of reasons for this 3.1 ratio.But regardless of the reason for the lack of females being diagnosed with autism as much as males with autism there are a n…
 
Can Autism And Allergies Be Related? Autism and allergies have a common story, with almost every autistic person I know has allergies.Brillia https://www.discoverbrillia.com [CODE: ASPIE15 for 15% OFF!] For shipments to the UK please email info@discoverbrillia.comBut is there a relationship between autism and allergies? Recently I have had an updat…
 
I fell off a horse and sprained my shoulder. My first equine incident so I didn't know what to do!!! Here I share what I did that helped and also what didn't help. A quick 5 minutes that might save you days of pain. I wish I knew these things before. I also read on the BMJ that when people are in pain, they need WRITTEN instructions as they can't t…
 
Now that COP26 has concluded, ASPI’s Dr Robert Glasser and Anastasia Kapetas break down the commitments made at the summit, where they fell short, and what needs to be done to limit warming to 1.5 degrees.As society’s reliance on technology continues to grow, regulating and securing technology becomes increasingly important. ASPI’s Dr Teagan Westen…
 
Now on the Nobodies Are Somebodies Podcast, my guest is Sheri Flint, from the Greater Toronto Area, and she is telling me all about The Cake Box Effect, a not for profit that she runs to help the homeless in her region with gaining access to food, shelter, clothing and medical care, with the eye to getting some of these folks off of the streets and…
 
In this episode of Policy, Guns and Money’s ‘Bigger Picture’ series, Fergus Hanson speaks to Sir Nick Clegg, vice president of global affairs and communications for Meta on technology policy. They discuss the greatest tech challenges currently facing the international community and how governments and the private sector can better collaborate on th…
 
This week on the Nobodies Are Somebodies Podcast, this interview comes from Nobodies Radio Station, and I am having a conversation with Kirk Reed, mastermind guitarist/vocalist behind the band The Reed Effect, based in Toronto, Ontario Canada, discussing the bands sound, inspiration, formation and the latest single releases of "Rise Up" and "Fine H…
 
This week on Policy, Guns and Money’s Bigger Picture series, Peter Jennings speaks to His Excellency Shingo Yamagami, Ambassador of Japan to Australia about the Australia-Japan strategic relationship.They discuss the evolution of Australia-Japan trade, defence and people-to-people ties, and Japan’s perspective on AUKUS, the Quad and the strategic o…
 
Autism in media has a long way to go - this is why I was kicked off TV!SIA VIDEO: https://youtu.be/YGul8R9ZmXUThere is a history of issues with how autism is represented in the media from, film and movies to TV shows and reality TV shows.I was asked to audition of a reality TV show in 2019 as a chance to compete on a reality TV gaming show.The impo…
 
This week on the Nobodies Are Somebodies Podcast, I finally get to conduct my first real life in person interview in more than 2 years! That first guest award goes to this man, Jeff Szelzki, from right here in Ottawa, Ontario, Canada, and we are chatting all about his love of Magic The Gathering cards, his collecting hobby from his teen years that …
 
The first week of Glasgow’s COP26 summit is over, and we have seen a number of countries make landmark promises to help mitigate the effects of climate change. Dr Robert Glasser and Anastasia Kapetas discuss these commitments, Australia’s position during the conference and what’s in store for the remainder of the summit.With the government’s recent…
 
Why are girls with autism always forgotten about? Here is why!There is an odd occurrence that happens in regards to autism in girls.Autism is three times more likely to be diagnosed in meals and is females, this is a statistic that almost highlights that is Miss three times more common in males and is females. But this is just not the case autism i…
 
Here are 7 simple ways to see Asperger’s in adults FAST!There are many ways in which Asperger’s in adulthood can be spotted.But a lot of the time Aspergers missed for one reason or another.I have compiled a list of 7 very simple and effective ways you can notice it.1.Strong Field Of InterestPeople on the autism spectrum have a very strong and speci…
 
Temple Grandin Autism Traits (EXCLUSIVE INTERVIEW) What are some of Temple Grandin Autism Traits? NAVIGATING AUTISM BY TEMPLE GRANDIN, PH.D. AND DEBRA MOORE, PH.D: https://amzn.to/3DWNVCZ SITE: https://www.templegrandin.com/ In this video I interview Dr. Temple Grandin about her new book and we discuss some amazing insight into her own life and gro…
 
In this episode of Policy, Gun’s and Money’s ‘The Bigger Picture’ series, Dr. Robert Glasser speaks to Dr. Dino Patti Djalal, Founder of Foreign Policy Community of Indonesia (FPCI) about climate change. They consider Indonesia’s climate vulnerabilities and why climate change needs to be placed at the top of Indonesia’s national agenda. They highli…
 
Happy New Year!! My guest today is Bruno Youn. Bruno was diagnosed with moderate to severe autism when he was 3 years and 7 months old. He graduated from Claremont McKenna College shortly before the pandemic and majored in philosophy, politics and economics. Bruno currently lives in Utah and has been working non-technical roles in the tech industry…
 
This Sunday 31st October, the COP26 Summit kicks off in Glasgow, where it’s expected that leaders will bring bigger commitments to 2030 emissions reduction targets and outline bolder climate policies. Dr Robert Glasser and Anastasia Kapetas discuss Australia’s climate commitments going into COP, and whether they are sufficient to address climate im…
 
This week on the Nobodies Are Somebodies podcast, I'm being joined by Sabrina Fallah, singer/songwriter and guitarist from Ottawa, Ontario Canada to discuss her music, her career, musical influences, her favorite past times that include nature, and more! This is Sabrina's story! More about Sabrina's music is here: Sabrina Fallah: http://sabrinafall…
 
In this episode of ‘The Bigger Picture’ series, Michael Shoebridge speaks to Dr Charles Edel.They consider everything from US politics and Biden’s domestic agenda to US foreign policy and the significance of AUKUS. They also discuss the strategic outlook in the Indo-Pacific, opportunities for US engagement in the region, and the Biden Administratio…
 
Autism Sensory Issues - [Why YOU Have Them]This is exactly why you have and experience autism sensory issues. 🎉 To celebrate Sensory Processing Disorder (SPD) Month, Soundsory is giving a discount of 20% off on their website. Click on the link and use code THEASPIE10 to get an EXTRA 10% off your purchase - https://soundsory.com/THEASPIE10🎧 Soundsor…
 
4 Sensory Processing Disorder HACKS (YOU NEED!) Here are 4 Sensor Processing Disorder Hacks YOU NEED To Know! 🎉 To celebrate Sensory Processing Disorder (SPD) Month, Soundsory is giving a discount of 20% off on their website. Click on the link and use code THEASPIE10 to get an EXTRA 10% off your purchase - https://soundsory.com/THEASPIE10🎧 Soundsor…
 
My guest today is Dr. Josette Thompson. Dr. Thompson is a Family Medicine physician and is teaching faculty for Kaiser Permanente Family Residency Program. She currently precepts in the Behavioral Medicine part of the curriculum. Dr. Thompson is also an ASD mom. Her first child was diagnosed with moderate to severe autism at age 3 years 7 months. A…
 
This week on the podcast, and also airing (with music) on Nobodies Radio Station: Heavy Rock Radio, I'm chatting with bassist/vocalist Abby K. Now settled in Nashville, she has recently released her latest single 'Because Of You". Abby and her band are now working on a new full length album. She talks about her music, her musical inspirations, when…
 
Anastasia Kapetas speaks to Elmira Bayrasli, Co-Founder of Foreign Policy Interrupted and Director of Bard College’s Global and International Affairs program about gender, geopolitics and national security. They discuss the importance of women in national security and the critical contributions they make to global security, and what motivated Elmir…
 
This week on the Nobodies Are Somebodies Podcast, I'm speaking with 33 year old Jonathan aka King of Aspies, and asking him some listener submitted questions! Jonathan is from Montreal, Quebec, who was diagnosed later in life with autism, and describes himself as an Incel. Johnathan talks about his goals for creating his diary videos on YouTube (Ki…
 
In this episode of ‘The Bigger Picture’ series, Anastasia Kapetas speaks to Professor Mary Kaldor about the concept of human security and how it evolved. They consider whether the lessons being learned from recent events in Afghanistan are the right ones, what a human security approach to terrorism looks like and the need to strengthen democracies …
 
This week on the Nobodies Are Somebodies Podcast, I'm chatting with Dr. Dawn Menge, talking about all the many amazing things that she does! Dawn holds a Ph.D. in Curriculum and Instruction, a master's degree, and a Credential in moderate/severe disabilities. She is a full time educator, working with children with moderate to severe cognitive delay…
 
ASPI's Executive Director Peter Jennings speaks to the Honourable Joe Hockey, former Australian Ambassador to the United States of America and Treasurer of Australia, and Founding Partner and President of the advisory firm Bondi Partners.They discuss the recent AUKUS announcement, what it was like to be ambassador to the United States during the Tr…
 
This week on Nobodies Are Somebodies Podcast, I am joined by former NYPD Detective Vic Ferrari, now retired and living in Florida! Vic is a published author of several books based around the interesting life and characters he encountered during his active service. They also get into his policing career, which started in 1987 until his 2007 retireme…
 
Stabilising fragile states has been a long-term focus of US foreign policy, this also became a focus of the US and its allies in their operations in Afghanistan. Anastasia Kapetas speaks to Frances Brown from the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace about the lessons that can be learnt from Afghanistan and how the United States can work with …
 
This week on the Nobodies Are Somebodies Podcast, I'm chatting with the awesome Rebecca Hamilton! Rebecca is the founder and entrepreneur behind her cake bakery chain 'Chick Boss Cake' based out of London, Ontario, Canada, and discussing the bakery's expansion, her new book "The Million Dollar Bakery", her early life, social media, her art of cake …
 
This week, Prime Minister Scott Morrison, President Joe Biden and Prime Minister Boris Johnson announced the establishment of a new defence pact between Australia, the US and the UK - AUKUS. As part of this new partnership, Australia will move to acquire nuclear-powered submarines and has cancelled its $90 billion submarine program with France’s Na…
 
This week on the Nobodies Are Somebodies Podcast, I'm chatting with my friend Logan Primeau AKA CinchKnight about his love of growing vegetables, starting his Urban Gardening tutorial online classes where he teaches you how to grow, his gaming videos, and what he has been doing daily for the last 400+ days until he becomes an billionaire. Find out …
 
Welcome to episode 100 of Policy, Guns and Money!To celebrate our 100th episode, ASPI's Executive Director Peter Jennings speaks to former Australian Prime Minister John Howard and the Honourable Kim Beazley, Governor of Western Australia. They consider some of the key strategic events from the past twenty years, including the Taliban's return to p…
 
On 1 September 1951, the ANZUS Treaty was signed in San Francisco.Peter Jennings speaks to Mike Goldman, Chargé d’Affaires at the U.S. Embassy in Australia, about the importance of the US-Australia alliance and the relevance of the Treaty seventy years on. They discuss shared challenges, including climate change; what makes the alliance so enduring…
 
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