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Brought to you by Jill Wine-Banks and Victor Shi, the Intergenerational Politics Podcast tackles the issues facing our nation, asks the questions you want to be answered, and most importantly, engages all generations in politics. Jill Wine-Banks is the only woman to have served on the Watergate prosecution team, is an MSNBC Legal Analyst, and is the author of "The Watergate Girl: My Fight for Truth and Justice Against a Criminal President." Victor Shi is a sophomore at UCLA, the youngest del ...
 
Aging Well: Finding Beauty in the Gray is a podcast for everyone in or approaching the retirement years. There’s a lot to unpack here apart from the financial planning component, and we’ll do just that. We’ll explore new interests, priorities and goals and finding purpose for ourselves and in our relationships. Join me each episode as I share stories and chat with guests learning to live their best next act, lives. Have a question or comment? Please reach out to me, Hugh Willard, at willowwa ...
 
Join psychologist Dr. Mariel Buqué, as she dives into conversations that focus on how you shift from intergenerational trauma to intergenerational abundance. On Break the Cycle, we talk about all things trauma, through the generations. What happened to you, what happened before you, and the power you hold within you to transform yourself and the generations to come.
 
In the 25+ years that Janet Lansbury has worked with children and parents, she's learned a lot. She's here to share it with you. Each episode of Unruffled addresses a reader's parenting issue through the lens of Janet's respectful parenting philosophy, consistently offering a perspective shift that ultimately frees parents of the need for scripts, strategies, tricks, and tactics. Janet is a parenting author and consultant whose website (JanetLansbury.com) is visited by millions of readers an ...
 
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WhatIF? Podcast

The Intergenerational Foundation

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What IF we listened to the voice of future generations? Alisa Anwar, in partnership with the Intergenerational Foundation, takes you on a crash course on intergenerational fairness. Each month we talk to experts, policy makers, and young people on a range of important issues that have divided the generations. From student debts and fees, the housing crisis, to even pensions and the pandemic, this whistle-stop tour will leave you questioning the status quo and fighting for equality.
 
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HomeBound

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HomeBound

Limelight, LLC.

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An original podcast featuring conversation and stories between one of our cultures most under-utilized natural resources...our elders, and our culture's juniors, those in search of their own chairs, young folks whose own stories are just beginning. Created by Limelight, LLC. in collaboration with Generations United & The Intergenerational Ypsilanti Senior Center Project. This podcast was supported in part by Michigan Health Endowment Fund.
 
This show examines everyday concerns with a focus on women. Relationships, responsibilities, personal safety, health and wellness, nutrition supplementation, exercise and fitness, skin care, retirement, and residual income streams are among the many topics that will be explored. Call in during the broadcast with your questions and comments at: (845) 277-9410.
 
The latest scientific research reveals that 12 minutes of meditation a day yields benefits like increased attention, focus, creativity, calm, resilience and compassion. Start your 12-minute sit with guided meditations from today’s leading mindfulness experts, brought to you by Mindful. With a new mindfulness meditation each week, 12 Minute Meditation invites you to bring the benefits of mindfulness to daily life.
 
Kaiser Permanente's Educational Theatre Program in collaboration with Oregon Children's Theatre presents the Intergenerational Queer Audio Project.This podcast includes stories, reflections, poems, and songs from members of our diverse queer community, ranging in ages from fourteen to eighty. Themes of the podcast include “generations”- our relationships to family and ancestors, moments that feel like “the eye of the hurricane”, and dreams for a future of justice and caring. The project is l ...
 
Responding to a need for queer, intergenerational connections and spaces, The Youth/Elders Podcast features personal stories, lived histories, and candid conversations between queer youth, queer elders, and lots of folks in between. Episodes touch on everything from identity and relationships to activism and community spaces (then and now). Hosted and curated by Naomi Bain, Bear Bergman, leZlie lee kam, Ty Sloane, and Rhoma Spencer.
 
KUER’s award-winning interview show explores the world through deep thinkers who host Doug Fabrizio asks to think even deeper. Join writers, filmmakers, scientists and others on RadioWest: A show for the wildly curious.
 
Welcome to Let's Take This Offline: The Podcast for Everyday Leaders where we explore what it takes to be a dialed in and inclusive leader in todays changing workplace. We are on a mission to help everyday leaders live well and lead well through conversations that feel like the meeting after the meeting!
 
From people describing what it's like to have hallucinations to others explaining how colonization shaped the mental health care system, Mental Health Mosaics digs deep into conversations about mental health. Through interviews, poetry, and storytelling, Alaskans and others explore the topic from a wide variety of cultural and social lenses.
 
The podcast for advice professionals that believe in a values-based advice experience but still have that question “how does it all work?”. The Lumiant Live podcasts connects listeners with other advice professionals to hear best practice client stories or business examples and lifts the lid on how they made it happen.
 
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Melody, Helen, and Janet

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A podcast for the modern day Asian American woman hosted by Melody Cheng, Helen Wu, & Janet Wang. It's no secret that Asian women are lacking in almost all media outlets, and those who are present mostly represent the fashion, beauty, or blogging industries. We started ABG as girlfriends while balancing jobs in finance, technology, & media with corporate careers spanning over a decade. Here, we share our experiences and explore topics as 20/30 something Asian American women working, dating, ...
 
Helping you understand , budgeting, investing, insurance and all things personal finance from a uniquely Canadian perspective. Featuring Christine Conway, a Certified Financial Planner, author and owner of Braun Financial. Along with her husband Cameron Conway, an author in his own right whose trying to better understand this wide world of personal finance. *This is for entertainment purposes only, please consult a local certified financial planner to assist you in developing your financial ...
 
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UPMC Western Psychiatric Hospital

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Discover innovative research and patient-centered programs at the cutting edge of psychiatry and behavioral health sciences on the “Psychiatry Advances” podcast series. Psychiatric, psychological, nursing, and rehabilitative professionals will enjoy this podcast from UPMC Western Psychiatric Hospital of Pittsburgh, a national leader in the innovative treatment of mental health and addictive disorders.
 
CASAT Conversations is a resource for exploring behavioral health topics. These topics explore the complex connection between how our environment, behaviors and actions impact our health and wellbeing. With a wide-range of timely topics, CASAT Conversations is geared towards having meaningful conversations with people sharing their capacity for personal growth and change, coupled with subject matter expert educational insights. Contact us at Learning@casat.org anytime! Funding for the podcas ...
 
We have depression. Now what? We share vulnerable stories of how we manage anxiety, depression, and bipolar disorder while figuring out the not-so-glamours parts of adulting, relationships, and our Asian-Canadian identities. Come join us as we share tools and personal experiences of how to normalize your mental health and well-being. New episodes every other Sunday! Winner of Best Wellness Podcast 2020 at Asian Podcast Awards. **Content Warning: depression, anxiety, suicide, eating disorders ...
 
A podcast to share deep conversations about How We Can Heal from life’s toughest circumstances. In season one, host and Licensed Psychotherapist Lisa Danylchuk interviewed specialists in healing, wellness, trauma recovery beyond. Guests like Gabby Bernstein, Kris Carr, Suzanne O'Brien, and Guy MacPherson share their personal histories and what helped them through the biggest challenges they've faced in their own lives, as well as how they support other people going through hard times. Tune i ...
 
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In her book, Kiss the Red Stairs, Marsha Lederman wrestles with the dark history of the Holocaust that haunted her childhood, uncovering details about her parents’ survival and the ways their trauma lives on in her own life. In this week’s episode, Lederman discusses the miracle of her own existence, the real impacts of intergenerational trauma, an…
 
Find Jamin Online: Email: jamin@happymr.com LinkedIn: www.linkedin.com/in/jaminbrazil Twitter: www.twitter.com/jaminbrazil Find Us Online: Twitter: www.twitter.com/happymrxp LinkedIn: www.linkedin.com/company/happymarketresearch Facebook: www.facebook.com/happymrxp Website: www.happymr.com Music: “Clap Along” by Auditionauti: https://audionautix.co…
 
Often we think about talking about mental health when we're struggling. The idea is daunting. This episode is about the everyday of discussing mental health from two very different perspectives. First we here from Georgianna and Abraham in rural Alaska talking about how connections to culture and land can support youth mental health. Then we hear f…
 
“Claiming your right to exist without limits includes giving yourself permission to rest.” -@asiansformentalhealth Conversations about mental health are never easy, but particularly for children of immigrants, children of culture, and the diaspora, navigating and prioritizing mental and emotional self-care can seem like an isolating and daunting ta…
 
In this powerful episode, Claudia shares her lived experience of racism, intergenerational trauma, and health inequity. She discusses her healing journey, and the need for people to share their stories. Claudia Martinez, Crisis Intervention Specialist Claudia Martinez has over 25 years of experience in healthcare. Claudia feels that she has been bl…
 
“Resilience can be thought of as our capacity to know when we are not in a state of equilibrium and to be in the practice of gently inviting ourselves to open up and reveal whatever it is we need to be nourished and to be held.” Dr. Sará King says. And this can help us to reestablish a feeling of safety, connectedness, and grounding. This week, Dr.…
 
“Resilience can be thought of as our capacity to know when we are not in a state of equilibrium and to be in the practice of gently inviting ourselves to open up and reveal whatever it is we need to be nourished and to be held.” Dr. Sará King says. And this can help us to reestablish a feeling of safety, connectedness, and grounding. This week, Dr.…
 
Christophe and Liz react to the victory in Kansas on abortion rights and the passage of the Inflation Reduction Act, consider why it's so important to find reasons to hope, and reflect on this episode's Self Care Tip Of the Day. ______________________________ Show notes: ‘No’ prevails: Kansas votes to protect abortion rights in state constitution U…
 
Today I’m joined by Daniel Berkal, SVP of Research at The Palmerston Group. Founded in 2008, The Palmerston Group is a qualitative market research agency. Prior to joining The Palmerston Group, Daniel served in senior roles at Young & Rubicam, Research International, and Synovate. He is also a professor at Humber College in Toronto Canada. Daniel h…
 
Don't be one of the 50% of Canadians who don't have a will and leave their fortunes in the hands of the courts. This week we talk about the reasons you need a will so you can continue to take care of the people you love even when you're gone. If you live in British Columbia, let us help you take care of the people you love and visit braunfinancial.…
 
Ever stopped to think about why you were put on this Earth? Or about the dreams God's put inside you that you haven't pursued yet? You might feel like you don't have what it takes or you've waited too long, but there's a reason you still think about it. It matters. Let's find the courage to go after our dreams together and learn how to lead like it…
 
Leanne Le Cras has lived the length of her life in Western Australia. It is there that she and her husband raised their two children. It is there that she steadfastly worked for many years. She left a toxic work situation just prior to the pandemic and considered that she would officially retire. Since then, she has reevaluated and has decided to "…
 
"I would say to any parent who has a child now or any adult who has a disability now - disabilities are looked at quite differently. They are accepted much more than they were when I was growing up. So, you can’t take things out of context, but I was just living a secret life and that wasn’t good, it really wasn’t. That was why I was remote, so wha…
 
As the West grows increasingly arid, Lake Powell, the nation’s second-largest reservoir, is dwindling. Its retreat has revealed glimpses of the storied red rock canyon submerged for decades under hundreds of feet of water. Environmental advocate Eric Balken says the facts of Lake Powell’s retreat and Glen Canyon’s return pose significant challenges…
 
“Everybody knows that the mitochondria is the powerhouse of the cell, but why can’t someone teach me how to do my taxes correctly?” We’ve all wished at some point in life that personal finance was taught in schools with as much emphasis as algebra and biology. Starting your first job and learning how to save, invest, and manage your money can be di…
 
Inflation seems like big news lately, but runaway inflation has been around for decades when it comes to housing prices in Canada. Gen Squeeze volunteer Kareem Kudus joins Umair and Megan to discuss how mismeasuring housing inflation has contributed to soaring home prices. Since 2005, home prices have risen about 300 per cent on average across the …
 
Founding editor of Mindful and mindful.org Barry Boyce offers a simple practice for cultivating your attention. He says, "The simple act of paying attention is really the kindest thing you can do for yourself. When our mind is scattered it creates pain and disconnection, and that pain and disconnection gets picked up by others." But paying attentio…
 
Founding editor of Mindful and mindful.org Barry Boyce offers a simple practice for cultivating your attention. He says, "The simple act of paying attention is really the kindest thing you can do for yourself. When our mind is scattered it creates pain and disconnection, and that pain and disconnection gets picked up by others." But paying attentio…
 
Jill and Victor are joined by senior advisor to the Pete Buttigieg 2020 campaign, political consultant Lis Smith, for a conversation about getting started in politics and how to prepare and choose your candidate. They also cover the most pressing issues facing the country going into the midterms, the power of appealing to the middle while using eff…
 
In this episodes, Youthworks College Principal Mike Dicker chats with Al James (Youthworks MST), Emma Collett (Church Hill Anglican) and Lauren Dewhurst (Christ Church, St Ives) to discuss this year's upcoming House Conference papers on the Old Testament Wisdom Literature. House Conference is a chance for youth and children's ministry worker to gat…
 
Listen in on today’s conversation with award winning filmmakers and creatives, Tristan Copley-Smith and Duncan McDowall, who discuss their documentary series “Carbon Catchers.” Together they’re planning to travel the world learning the stories of maverick entrepreneurs, visionaries, and tech-savvy activists dedicating themselves to climate solution…
 
The practice of acknowledging our children's feelings and struggles can provide healing, calming messages of safety and acceptance. With a genuine tone and a few words, our acknowledgments can help children share pent-up emotions, feel seen and heard, and gradually regulate, which in turn eases problematic behaviors. However, parents commonly share…
 
Patrick McConnell is a freelance writer who first became fascinated with psychedelics during an anti-drug presentation in high school. Previously he has worked as a tree planter, orchardist, and cannabis farmer. After drinking ayahuasca in 2020, he quit his job, sold everything he owned, and now resides in the Peruvian Andes with his wife and cat. …
 
Today on the How We Can Heal Podcast, Lisa Danylchuk and Zabie Yamasaki discuss healing through trauma-informed yoga. Zabie walks us through her start in yoga and her path to helping survivors with her trauma-informed yoga program and curriculum. About Zabie Yamasaki: Zabie is the Founder of Transcending Sexual Trauma through Yoga, an organization …
 
Christophe and Liz define "Radical Empathy" in the context of social justice. Before that, they reflect on the surprising lack of catastrophic news over the previous two weeks. And they discuss what average people can do to fight for social justice, including how to support friend of the podcast, Coral Anika Theill's, fight against theocracy and pa…
 
Our goals are often sacrificed to our desires. This week we talk about the power that spending can have on our lives and how it can derail our dreams for our future and our goals in general. Learn how shopping is used to squeeze happiness out of our lives which feel more and more out of control, and what we can do about it. If you live in British C…
 
Dr. Mia Yang has a deep love for seniors that was born of her early years with her grandparents in China. Out of lifelong formative experiences that included quality of care decisions for her grandparents, she chose to become a geriatrician, a medical doctor specializing in the care and compassion for older adults. Her latest venture is her new pod…
 
Are you tired of failing to reach your goals? If you have a lot of good intentions but struggle to follow through, you won't want to miss this message. We're learning how to be consistent and achieve every goal God puts on our hearts. ABOUT THIS MESSAGE This message was originally presented as a part of a series called Pre-Decide. Find out more abo…
 
Did you know we have different personalities in our heads battling it out with each other and our "selves" all the time?? In this episode, IFS therapist Carissa Aresta joins me to talk about Internal Family Systems—what it is, how it works, and how we use it to dismantle shame and fear and get on the self-love train—plus she demos for us! Side note…
 
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